TM Carter from Charlotte has an unusual script for the role of the Ah Counter in Toastmasters. Carter makes a reference to the Timer’s role introduced just before him to explain his role as the Ah Counter. That’s good creativity at work. In our conversation, TM Carter also mentioned that this script fetched him the best short role award as well. Read his submission below.
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You just heard the Timer TM Name and he/she had some strict instructions. Each one of you only has a limited time, measured in minutes, while you are on stage. And you don’t want to waste those precious few minutes uttering words like ah, umm, err, you know etc. that by the way neither have any meaning nor add value to your speech.
As the Ah Counter today, I am here to your rescue. I will keep a track of these fillers speakers and role players use in their speeches so that you may know which of them hogged your precious few minutes while on stage and work on them. I will present my report towards the end of the meeting when called upon by the General Evaluator.
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Thank you so much TM Carter for this delightful submission.
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