« GTD people - take a look at ClearContext | Main | My recommended reads 19Feb06 »

Wednesday, February 15, 2006


paulo nery

Here here! Toastmasters (or toasties as I've learned to call them from my friend Ronan) is absolutely great. And I recommend them frequently too.

I joined over two years ago and love it every time I go. Sadly, I've lapsed recently and your comment about those who don't practice hit me right in the eyes. Damn it Freddie there you go reminding me to get back in the saddle - and rightly so.

Everyone go out and join a local Toasties group today!

Freddie Daniells

Paulo: Glad to have been of assistance! See ya soon.

Ellee Seymour

Hi, I'm a terrified public speaker too, it is my only weak area. I have tried it as a guest a few times and have put off joining for fear of having to take on roles and really get stuck in.

My mouth dries and I start shaking inwards when I think about it. But after reading this, I think I shall make myself go along tomorrow night and join the Cambridge branch.

You are right about it being a safe environment, it's just that everybody else seems so good, it's impossible to imagine they had any fears.

Unfortunately, a girl from my village who is not handicapped in this way, always takes the lead rols in amateur dramatics, has joined too and I fear making an idiot of myself in front of her.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Formal CV

  • View Freddie Daniells's profile on LinkedIn


Contact me

  • UK: 020 7871 0375
  • US: +1 203 987 5295
  • My status

Events I'm attending

My Photos

  • www.flickr.com
    This is a Flickr badge showing public photos from Freddie Daniells. Make your own badge here.