This submission for the role of General Evaluator is by TM Noah from Chicago. Noah here tells why it’s important to see your performance the way your audiences sees it, not how you imagine it to be. We think there is lot of merit to Noah’s reasoning. Do you? Let us know.
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Imagine you deliver a presentation and walk out of the stage thinking you nailed it. However, unknown to you, your stance on the stage blocked the view for half the audience. It did not help that you are a fast talker and to add to it, not a great time keeper. As a speaker, these are factors you tend to be unaware of but ruin your chances of “nailing it.” You need a third eye to bring them to your attention. That is what the evaluations in Toastmasters is all about – a third eye view on your performance so that you can see it the way your audiences sees it. As the General Evaluator today, I will present this comprehensive third eye view of the entire session. And to help me in the specific details, I have a TAG team. Let me introduce this team to you.
Thank you so much TM Noah for this submission.
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