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An Interesting Table Topic idea on Winters with cues

Winters may be cold but they make for some heartwarming memories and table topics. No wonder, this is the second Table Topic submission we received on the subject. Check out the first one here.

This submission is by TM Susan from London. All topics have been designed in such a way that they have a cue making it easy to speak on the topic. Susan mentions that the cue acted as a catalyst making it easier for members to begin speaking right away after she mentioned the topic. Read here submission below.

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Table Topic Session
Table Topic Session

If you are were anything like me in your childhood, questions with blank spaces were your favorite ones in tests. The first part of the question already had a cue to answer the blank in the second part and trust me that’s all I counted on to pass the test. Today’s Table Topics are designed in an identical fashion on which any one of you can volunteer to speak for 1 to 2 minutes. Let’s begin.

1) Winters make me want to …

2) I wouldn’t survive winters if I do not have my …

3) The most terrible winter I had was when …

4) When it snows, you have two choices …

5) The first part of my body to feel winter is …

6) Winters are the best time to …

7) Be thankful because if there was no winter, there would be no …. 

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Thank you so much TM Susan for this absolutely wonderful submission.

We here at mymeetingroles.com are creating a pool of scripts and introductions that can serve as an inspiration to anyone in need. If you have an idea for any role in Toastmasters, do let us know here or just email us at hello@mymeetingroles.com

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