This is Distinguished Toastmaster Ernest Chen competing in Toastmasters Club of Singapore’s annual Prepared Speech Club Contest 2012.
Watch the video and see how Ernest captured the audience’s attention from the start through his dramatic opening of a motorcyclist colliding into him. Later on, he led the audience into his life lesson he learnt from his mother, the mantra he remembered until now, “Slow is fast, fast is slow”
At the end of his speech, to get the audience to also remember the mantra, he got them to repeat the mantra after him – twice. Till this date, the mantra remained in the minds of the many Toastmasters who came to witness the battle of the best speakers in Toastmasters Club of Singapore.
If you desire to become a more accomplished, impactful and powerful Toastmaster, then you will want to check out Ernest’s public speaking programs in Singapore. His wide range of public speaking courses have helped countless of individuals walked out of their fears of public speaking and onto their journey of becoming a more persuasive and influential communicator.
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