"You are never given a dream without the power to make it come true. "

Richard Bach


Special Announcement- Table Topics Workshop November 5th!


Many people say you can’t prepare to answer Table Topics.  Craig Senior says you CAN. Many people say Table Topics is difficult. Craig says it is easy, okay easier, if you have a method. Many people say Table Topics is to be feared; Craig turns terrifying Table Topics into fun! In this interactive entertaining workshop, you will learn a process for preparing mentally and delivering Table Topics like a champ.  Take the opportunity in the workshop to speak impromptu and receive immediate feedback and coaching.

Since joining Toastmasters in 1994, Craig received 10 Competent Toastmaster/Competent Communicator awards, Advanced Leader Silver, and Advanced Communicator Silver. He competed in dozens of Toastmasters speech contests.  He’s won all four of the Toastmasters speech contests at the District level and, so far, won the District Table Topics Speech Contest four times.

We look forward to seeing you November 5th!







Ottawa Toastmasters – Sandy Hill Club

Speaking in public?! Dry mouth or smile, fear of public speaking can be overcome! You can do it too – and at a pace you are comfortable with. At Sandy Hill Toastmasters Ottawa the learn-by-doing program will help you become a better speaker and leader. Why pay thousands of dollars for a seminar when you can join the Sandy Hill Ottawa Toastmasters club and practice public speaking for a fraction of the cost and have fun in the process?
Join us for our next Toastmasters meeting:
  • When: Monday evening
  • Time: 6:30pm to 8:00pm
  • Where: Sandy Hill Community Centre (in the Boardroom), 250 Somerset Street E. (just off King Edward by Ottawa University), in Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Directions: The OC Transpo # 16 bus will drop you off at the door. The # 5 and # 95 stops are a few blocks away.


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Learn / Practice

Come and see how much fun learning to speak in public can be. Sure it can be hard – we all want to be perfect each time we speak and it doesn’t always work out like that.

By learning and practicing to effectively formulate and express your ideas, you open an entirely new world of possibilities. You’ll be more persuasive and confident when giving presentations, and you’ll improve your one-on-one dealings with others.

Practice – that’s the secret. And support. And helpful feedback. Yes – you can do it.