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From Toastmasters in Cork Ireland, "The Talk Show for Talkers" is hosted by Ted Mellamphy, Moira O'Brien, Paul O'Mahony & Guests. All about Communications & Leadership - the Toastmasters International Way."
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Toastmasters & Business

2019-05-1900:12:38

Paul discusses how Toastmasters can help everyone in business both as an employee and a manager. ____________________________________________This is part 3 from Programme 27 of 2018/19 season - first broadcast on May 19th, presented by Paul O’Mahony & Moira O'Brien.The show is in four parts and usually has this format:(1) Introducing a “Thought for the Week” and a “Word of the Week” together with general conversation arising out of these two topics. Published at 4pm on Fridays.(2) Either an Interview, the recording of a speech or external media. Published at 4pm on Saturdays.(3) Discussion on a topic usually led by Paul. Published at 4pm on Sundays.(4) Discussion on a topic usually led by Moira. Published at 4pm on MondaysContact us :email: info@irishtalkers.comWebsite: www.irishtalkers.comFacebook: The Talk Show for TalkersMagazine: "Public Speaking Weekly" on www.irishtalkers.com Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/irish-talkers/message
The Seven Keys to Good Storytelling - a speech by Josh Campbell given at TEDxMemphis . ____________________________________________This is part 2 from Programme 27 of 2018/19 season - first broadcast on May 18th, presented by Paul O’Mahony & Moira O'Brien.The show is in four parts and usually has this format:(1) Introducing a “Thought for the Week” and a “Word of the Week” together with general conversation arising out of these two topics. Published at 4pm on Fridays.(2) Either an Interview, the recording of a speech or external media. Published at 4pm on Saturdays.(3) Discussion on a topic usually led by Paul. Published at 4pm on Sundays.(4) Discussion on a topic usually led by Moira. Published at 4pm on MondaysContact us :email: info@irishtalkers.comWebsite: www.irishtalkers.comFacebook: The Talk Show for TalkersMagazine: "Public Speaking Weekly" on www.irishtalkers.com Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/irish-talkers/message
The introduction to this week's show featuring:Word of the Week: CurtThought for the week: Hannah Arendt: "Storytelling reveals meaning without committing the error of defining it".  Hannah is a German historian and can be found on Amazon here.____________________________________________This is part 1 from Programme 27 of 2018/19 season - first broadcast on May 17th, presented by Paul O’Mahony & Moira O'Brien.The show is in four parts and usually has this format:(1) Introducing a “Thought for the Week” and a “Word of the Week” together with general conversation arising out of these two topics. Published at 4pm on Fridays.(2) Either an Interview, the recording of a speech or external media. Published at 4pm on Saturdays.(3) Discussion on a topic usually led by Paul. Published at 4pm on Sundays.(4) Discussion on a topic usually led by Moira. Published at 4pm on MondaysContact us :email: info@irishtalkers.comWebsite: www.irishtalkers.comFacebook: The Talk Show for TalkersMagazine: "Public Speaking Weekly" on www.irishtalkers.com Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/irish-talkers/message
Pathways is not standing still. There is a new path published recently and another in development. Here are details of the first new path, Engaging Humour. ____________________________________________This is part 4 from Programme 26 of 2018/19 season - first broadcast on May 13th, presented by Paul O’Mahony & Moira O'Brien.The show is in four parts and usually has this format:(1) Introducing a “Thought for the Week” and a “Word of the Week” together with general conversation arising out of these two topics. Published at 4pm on Fridays.(2) Either an Interview, the recording of a speech or external media. Published at 4pm on Saturdays.(3) Discussion on a topic usually led by Paul. Published at 4pm on Sundays.(4) Discussion on a topic usually led by Moira. Published at 4pm on MondaysContact us :email: info@irishtalkers.comWebsite: www.irishtalkers.comFacebook: The Talk Show for TalkersMagazine: "Public Speaking Weekly" on www.irishtalkers.com Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/irish-talkers/message
The Club Quality Checklist

The Club Quality Checklist

2019-05-1200:14:06

Following on from an article in the Toastmasters magazine in January, Paul discusses how clubs can self assess their effectiveness using the Club Quality Checklist. ____________________________________________This is part 3 from Programme 26 of 2018/19 season - first broadcast on May 12th, presented by Paul O’Mahony & Moira O'Brien.The show is in four parts and usually has this format:(1) Introducing a “Thought for the Week” and a “Word of the Week” together with general conversation arising out of these two topics. Published at 4pm on Fridays.(2) Either an Interview, the recording of a speech or external media. Published at 4pm on Saturdays.(3) Discussion on a topic usually led by Paul. Published at 4pm on Sundays.(4) Discussion on a topic usually led by Moira. Published at 4pm on MondaysContact us :email: info@irishtalkers.comWebsite: www.irishtalkers.comFacebook: The Talk Show for TalkersMagazine: "Public Speaking Weekly" on www.irishtalkers.com Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/irish-talkers/message
Finding Humour

Finding Humour

2019-05-1100:14:03

Finding humour: Sareen Akarjalian at TEDxBeirut, followed by a discussion. ____________________________________________This is part 2 from Programme 26 of 2018/19 season - first broadcast on May 11th, presented by Paul O’Mahony & Moira O'Brien.The show is in four parts and usually has this format:(1) Introducing a “Thought for the Week” and a “Word of the Week” together with general conversation arising out of these two topics. Published at 4pm on Fridays.(2) Either an Interview, the recording of a speech or external media. Published at 4pm on Saturdays.(3) Discussion on a topic usually led by Paul. Published at 4pm on Sundays.(4) Discussion on a topic usually led by Moira. Published at 4pm on MondaysContact us :email: info@irishtalkers.comWebsite: www.irishtalkers.comFacebook: The Talk Show for TalkersMagazine: "Public Speaking Weekly" on www.irishtalkers.com Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/irish-talkers/message
The introduction to this week's show featuring:Word of the Week: TERSEThought for the week: "Humour is a great vehicle for getting a message across.  If you get too serious, you could die of starch." ____________________________________________This is part 1 from Programme 26 of 2018/19 season - first broadcast on May 10th, presented by Paul O’Mahony & Moira O'Brien.The show is in four parts and usually has this format:(1) Introducing a “Thought for the Week” and a “Word of the Week” together with general conversation arising out of these two topics. Published at 4pm on Fridays.(2) Either an Interview, the recording of a speech or external media. Published at 4pm on Saturdays.(3) Discussion on a topic usually led by Paul. Published at 4pm on Sundays.(4) Discussion on a topic usually led by Moira. Published at 4pm on MondaysContact us :email: info@irishtalkers.comWebsite: www.irishtalkers.comFacebook: The Talk Show for TalkersMagazine: "Public Speaking Weekly" on www.irishtalkers.com Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/irish-talkers/message
Prompted by this article in the April issue of Toastmaster, Paul and Ted discuss the 5 Easy Tips for Crafting a Speech. ____________________________________________This is part 4 from Programme 25 of 2018/19 season - first broadcast on May 6th presented by Ted Mellamphy & Paul O’Mahony .The show is in four parts and usually has this format:(1) Introducing a “Thought for the Week” and a “Word of the Week” together with general conversation arising out of these two topics. Published at 4pm on Fridays.(2) Either an Interview, the recording of a speech or external media. Published at 4pm on Saturdays.(3) Discussion on a topic usually led by Paul. Published at 4pm on Sundays.(4) Discussion on a topic usually led by Moira. Published at 4pm on MondaysContact us :email: info@irishtalkers.comWebsite: www.irishtalkers.comFacebook: The Talk Show for TalkersMagazine: "Public Speaking Weekly" on www.irishtalkers.com Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/irish-talkers/message
Paul and Ted discuss the elections for club offices, and Area, Division & District directors. ____________________________________________This is part 3 from Programme 25 of 2018/19 season - first broadcast on May 5th presented by Ted Mellamphy & Paul O’Mahony.The show is in four parts and usually has this format:(1) Introducing a “Thought for the Week” and a “Word of the Week” together with general conversation arising out of these two topics. Published at 4pm on Fridays.(2) Either an Interview, the recording of a speech or external media. Published at 4pm on Saturdays.(3) Discussion on a topic usually led by Paul. Published at 4pm on Sundays.(4) Discussion on a topic usually led by Moira. Published at 4pm on MondaysContact us :email: info@irishtalkers.comWebsite: www.irishtalkers.comFacebook: The Talk Show for TalkersMagazine: "Public Speaking Weekly" on www.irishtalkers.com Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/irish-talkers/message
Daniel Kilov is a Memory Athlete. He is capable of memorising a shuffled deck of cards in less than two minutes, and over 100 random digits in five minutes.  He is the #2 memory athlete in Australia; second only to his coach and mentor Tansel Ali.  In this, the opening talk from TEDxCanberra 2012, Daniel explains why and how he became a memory athlete, and how being present to information around us can help each and every one of us improve our memory and recall. ____________________________________________This is part 2 from Programme 25 of 2018/19 season - first broadcast on May 4th presented by Ted Mellamphy & Paul O’Mahony.The show is in four parts and usually has this format:(1) Introducing a “Thought for the Week” and a “Word of the Week” together with general conversation arising out of these two topics. Published at 4pm on Fridays.(2) Either an Interview, the recording of a speech or external media. Published at 4pm on Saturdays.(3) Discussion on a topic usually led by Paul. Published at 4pm on Sundays.(4) Discussion on a topic usually led by Moira. Published at 4pm on MondaysContact us :email: info@irishtalkers.comWebsite: www.irishtalkers.comFacebook: The Talk Show for TalkersMagazine: "Public Speaking Weekly" on www.irishtalkers.com Send in a voice message:https://anchor.fm/irish-talkers/message
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