Friday, October 21, 2016

Toastmasters Timing Lights - Simple and Easy DIY - Part 3

(This is the continuation from Part 2 - Toastmasters Timing Lights)

  • Convenient and Easy-to-use

    I'm almost tempted to say any idiot could operate this unit because every one should be familiar with the parts that make it up.

    I even stuck a sticker-label saying "This is NOT a Toy" just to emphasize my point to whoever wants to play with it. It is THAT easy to use.

    Because of the three independent switches, I suppose the operation of this unit is much more intuitive than that of the old unit with the rotary switch.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Toastmasters Timing Lights - Simple and Easy DIY - Part 2

(This is the continuation from Part 1 - Toastmasters Timing Lights)

After laying out the parts of the Do-It-Yourself Toastmasters timing lights device, it's now time to assemble the device.

You don't need to prepare any electrical tapes or fastening tools. There is no soldering, no taping, no splicing, no wiring, no gluing and no attaching of any other electrical parts.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Toastmasters Timing Lights - Simple and Easy DIY

Thus far, the club is still using the improvised speech timing cards that I made, but with a Demo Meeting coming up which our club is sponsoring, I wanted something more impressive.

The old Toastmasters Signal Lights that was assembled for me is still gathering dust in a corner. I don't think I may be able to have it repaired anytime soon.

Then I thought, does a timing lights device really need to be built from scratch, just like the one that I requested to be assembled? It's google search time once again and here's one I saw from the Bayan Baru Toastmasters Club.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Sep 24, 2016 Toastmasters Meeting

Evaluated Lolet for her advanced speech project #1, Special Occasions manual entitled "HANI". Venue was at Hermanos Tacos in Molito, Alabang. Unfortunately for the club, the loud voices from a nearby table became distracting. Seated at that table was the restaurant owner berating her staff.

Shown below: Ian, Rose Ramos, guest, Rudy, Inah, Les, Ann Marie Viloria, Ronna Bautista, James Jopel Barrientos and Lolet.

Saturday, September 10, 2016

Sep 10, 2016 Toastmasters Meeting

Took the role of Toastmaster of the Day. I also evaluated Tetet Salazar for her Icebreaker - Basic Speech #1 as well as Ian's advanced speech. Venue was at Hermanos Tacos at Molito in Alabang.

Shown below are 2 guests and Raul dela Vega.