TM Mohit from Kolkata looks like a businessman. He sure has his balance sheet tallied this March end. No wonder he volunteered to prepare one for the club’s meeting in this script for the role of General Evaluator. Read his script for context.
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Do you know why a balance sheet is important for any business? It helps in understanding where does the business stand at the year’s end giving a snapshot of the assets and the liabilities. For that matter not just a business, but every event ought to have a balance sheet to help those involved evaluate where things stand. In Toastmasters, we prepare such a balance sheet after every meeting. In the third session of the meeting, I as the general Evaluator will present a balance sheet of all the assets, our strengths and liabilities, areas that need improvement based on today’s performance so that our members may understand where they stand. Helping me in this task is a TAG team.
Thank you so much TM Mohit for this submission.
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