Ah Counter

An outside the box Ah Counter script

Here is a superb script for the role of Ah Counter by TM Lisa from Chicago. TM Lisa uses a different approach to help her audience see why Ah counter is important. This is a great example of thinking outside the box. Read her script below.

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Role of Ah Counter in Toastmasters
Role of Ah Counter in Toastmasters

Imagine you had to pay a dollar every time you used a filler word. Would you still use them so casually or employ all your might in a desperate attempt to resist using even a single of them. Most would resist. Here’s a small secret – every time you use filler words, it actually costs you more than a dollar. It costs you your credibility, eloquence and your audience’s attention. And that’s three fantastic reasons to not use any of them.

To help you in this endeavour, I am playing the role of Ah Counter today. As the Ah Counter, my role is to keep a track of all the filler words such as ah, umm, err, you know etc. used by the speakers today so that you may work on them. I will make a note of them and present my report towards the end of the meeting.

RELATED: How to present the Ah Counter Report?

Thank you so much TM Lisa for this submission.

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