We love it when fellow Toastmasters come up with something unusual and quirky in describing any role. Here is a submission for the role of Ah Counter by TM Benjamin from Toronto that nails it perfectly on these parameters. This introduction is sure to catch the interest of all members in your club. Take a look.
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Glues are not the only things that are sticky. Catchy music tends to remain stuck in our head for days. Some people are annoyingly sticky. And a couple of filler words such as like, ah, umm, you know, but etc. are stuck on each of our tongue at all times. We cannot help you with the sticky person in your life but we can help you unstuck your filler word. To do this, we have a dedicated Ah Counter in every meeting whose role is to keep a track of all such words uttered by you during the meeting. I will present this report towards the end of the meeting so that you know what to work upon.
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Thank you so much TM Benjamin for this submission.
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