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[You can pre-register below.]
On Saturday, February 13th, the Park City Toastmasters club will be hosting an event to elevate your speaking and leadership skills at the Park City Library, 1255 Park Avenue, Park City, 84060.

This event is free and open to the public, as well as Toastmaster members from other clubs. There will be a keynote speaker and two break out sessions. The keynote and break outs will cover topics relevant to public speaking and leadership.

This event doubles as a Toastmaster Officer Training and several of the break out sessions will be geared to training club officers such as President, VP of Education, VP of Membership, etc. There will be simultaneous break outs that are not Toastmaster specific.

If you want to jumpstart your public speaking and leadership skills, then put this event on your calendar and stay posted for more information.

Our keynote, Everything We Want is on the Other Side of Fear, will be given by Stacy Dymalski.

Award-winning speaker Stacy Dymalski got her start as a stand-up comic when she was just 19 years old. From there she then went on to grace the stages of The Comedy Store in La Jolla and Hollywood, The Improv in Santa Monica, and countless other clubs across the country.

Today Stacy is a popular public speaker, filmmaker, and writing/publishing teacher, as well as the author of the book, “The Memoir Midwife: Nine Steps to Self-Publishing Your Book.” In 2012 she was a semi-finalist in the Toastmasters International Speech Contest, in which she competed for the title of World Champion of Public Speaking.

Our non-Toastmaster workshops include:

  • SueAnnKernPresenting Yourself Professionally, with Sue Ann Kern
    As a social media community manager, trainer, and author, Sue Ann Kern has presented workshops, webinars, and numerous speeches to help people learn how to take advantage of this marketing tool.
  • Power Your Presentation Through IMPACT and ACTION, with Mark Pleshar
    Mark Pleshar thrives on making the curious reasonable, the complicated simple, and the “what’s in it for me” factor meaningful. His blend of visual and verbal engagement combined with fun has been experienced by hundreds of thousands of audiences around the world. A number that continues to grow while becoming more local. 
    Mark P pixAs Director of Presentations for USANA Health Sciences in Salt Lake City, UTAH, he’s continually challenged by his peers to make speeches and presentations more dynamic, entertaining, impactful, yet practical … while also balancing the unique personalities of the people he writes for, and being in tune with the local needs and priorities of the market that’s being communicated to. 
    A writer, director, and producer of hundreds of live events, training programs, executive speeches, presentations, videos and musical productions, Mark will guide you through a simple process on how to better develop, write, and communicate your ideas during this interactive workshop. You will learn many of the best practices Mark has created over the last 2 decades in doing what he calls “things no one else knew or could do, and me not being afraid to say I could do it.” That unique perspective is going to help you create more impactful messages. The best part? You get to benefit from this experience, and you might have some fun along the way, too.
  • Plan for Success: How practice leads to mastery, with Jill Martin
    IMG_7727Jill began her Toastmaster’s journey in August of 2014. After a demonstration speech in front of her 5th grade class went awry in the early 90s, she had shied away from public speaking. Then she realized that we all have stories and the world needs to hear them! For the past year and a half she has pursued a new found passion for speaking! With a background in environmental planning and a passion for wellness and fitness, she decided that public speaking would fit perfectly in with all of her interests and has been the best platform to start to share wisdom and experiences with her communities. Originally from Seattle, WA, she now resides in Utah where she can have the best of all worlds with nature and the mountains outside her backdoor. she works as a ski guide, yoga instructor, and wellness coach, and spends her time outside doing what she loves. She believes that we can all learn to be better; whether through health, finances, wellness or just public speaking!

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