When I came back from teaching in Japan, for a short while I joined the Hi-Noon Toastmasters in Little Rock. The group was a real welcoming bunch, and I liked the format and atmosphere. But with a club format, it’s very procedural. While it provided a great environment for the intimidated to really practice and hone their speech craft, itContinue reading “Public Speaking: Mohammed Qahtani Case Study”
A lot of the Asian kids who come from immigrated families deal with the same– they grow up never feeling completely connected with any group. Too out of touch with their parents, too isolated from the rest.