Toastmasters Workshop: The End of Procrastination

Mon Sep 25 2023 at 06:30 pm to 09:30 pm

Sheraton Towers Singapore | Singapore

Toastmasters Club of Singapore
Publisher/HostToastmasters Club of Singapore
Toastmasters Workshop: The End of Procrastination
Improve your long-term motivation and help you get the most out of your life.
About this Event
Put an end to procastination

Learn to conquer procrastination with science-based tools! The End of Procrastination offers eight simple strategies, backed by over a hundred scientific studies, to help you reclaim your time and lead a happier, more fulfilling life. From daily worksheets to effective to-do lists, this book guides you in understanding why procrastination occurs and how to change your time management approach for lasting results. Stop putting off work and start achieving your goals with this practical program.

This is what you'll learn:

  • Time Management: Master simple tools to overcome procrastination and take control of your time.
  • Procrastination Insights: Understand why procrastination happens and how our brains respond, backed by research.
  • Purpose & Fulfillment: Learn how ending procrastination is vital for a happier, more purposeful life

About Petr Ludwig:

Petr Ludwig is a keynote speaker and the author of the best-selling book, The End of Procrastination, which is dedicated to overcoming the habit of putting off tasks and responsibilities. His book has been translated into over 20 languages and has sold more than 400,000 copies worldwide.

Petr is the founder and CEO of the company, which applies the latest scientific findings in neuroscience and behavioral economics to help individuals and companies in their growth. His core fields of interest are purpose at work, value-based leadership, and critical thinking.

History of TMCS:

TMCS was founded in 1967. Club founder CTM Ling Lee Hwa started life as a rubber tapper in Sarawak. As a young man, he moved to Singapore to seek his fortune. During the Second World War, his education was abruptly halted. Years later, seeking to improve his English and continue his self-development journey, Mr Ling and some businessmen decided to start a speaking club. One of the businessmen was Mr Wong Lian Han, the President of the Singapore Manufacturer’s Association. Together, they started the Toastmasters Club of Singapore in 1967 to provide a community for individuals who aim to improve their communications and leadership abilities.

TMCS Highlights:
  • Oldest surviving Toastmasters club in Singapore
  • One of the largest Toastmaster club in the world
  • Diverse membership: age groups, nationalities, professions
  • Experience public speaking on one of the largest stages and in front of the biggest audience amongst Toastmasters clubs in Singapore
  • Frequency: We meet at least three times a month, with about 40 meetings per year
  • Learn from our deep bench of experienced club mentors and coaches

Meeting Format:

For physical meetings, registration starts at 6:30 pm. At this time, food and drinks are available. This is an excellent opportunity for members and guests to mingle and network.

The meeting starts at 7:00 pm. After the opening address, the first segment of our meeting is prepared speeches. Here, we typically have 6-8 speakers who will deliver speeches they have practised diligently for the last week(s). This segment will last slightly over an hour.

After that, we will have a short 10-15 min break.

The second segment is table topics. This is an impromptu speaking session and is open to members and guests to participate. 5-10 volunteers will come on stage and deliver a 1-2 min speech. They will not know the topic until they get on stage. This segment lasts about half an hour. We highly encourage all guests to take part!

The final segment is evaluations. Here, experienced members will deliver 2-3 min evaluations for the speakers from the prepared speech segment. The evaluators will assess the speaker’s speech, tell them where they did well, and suggest areas for improvement.

The evening concludes with the award ceremony for the best speaker, table topic speaker and evaluator, and closing address. Our meetings typically finish around 10 pm.


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Sheraton Towers Singapore, 39 Scotts Road, Singapore, Singapore


SGD 25.00

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