General Evaluator · Guest Contributions

A GE script on taking a step back

Here is a wonderful submission for the role of General Evaluator by TM Adam from Ottawa. TM Adam here describes how important it is to take a step back and evaluate your progress from time to time. Take a look at his script below.

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When you are on a long journey, it’s crucial to take a step back and evaluate your progress from time to time. You may be moving in the wrong direction or your progress might be too slow or you may simply be running out of essential ammo. The folks at Titanic did not do it and look where it is now – at the bottom of the ocean. At Toastmasters we therefore take a step back and evaluate our progress in every meeting. My role as the General Evaluator is to facilitate just that. I will throw spotlight on all the good you do but more importantly help you see where you can do better. Helping me in my task is a TAG team. Let me introduce them to you now.

Thank you so much TM Adam for this submission.

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