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Media Releases (2)

This section features media releases that Rae has submitted related to his publications or business activities. 

For Immediate Release: Kelowna, B.C., Canada

Power of Promotion! On-line Marketing For Toastmasters Club Growth - Media ReleaseToastmasters are social!

Veteran Toastmaster member for over two decades, Rae Stonehouse DTM (Distinguished Toastmaster) releases new E-book ‘Power of Promotion! On-line Marketing For Toastmasters Club Growth’ that will be of interest to fellow Toastmaster Club Leaders.

Toastmasters International, established in 1924, arguably the world’s best provider of economical communication & leadership skill development skills, has more than 332,000 members, in over 15,400 clubs in 135 countries around the world.

Many Toastmasters clubs face a never-ending cycle of members joining and then leaving. Career and family commitments can put pressure on a member to continue their journey in the Toastmasters Communication & Leadership program.

For many Toastmasters Clubs, one of the biggest challenges in running a successful and productive club is creating a constant flow of visitors to attend as a club visitor. Visitors become members.

Tuesday, 11 August 2015 10:21

Albert Was Right! New E-book Release

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Albert Was Right! New E-book Release by Rae Stonehouse, Okanagan-based Author, Speaker, Speech/Presentations Coach, Power Networker & Toastmaster Extraordinaire.

Albert Was Right! New E-book Release

 

E=Emcee Squared: Tips & Techniques to Becoming a Dynamic Master of Ceremonies by Rae A. Stonehouse.

In this practical, easy to use e-book, Rae A. Stonehouse a.k.a. Mr. Emcee, of Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada puts the “Master” in Master of Ceremonies. He shares tips & techniques that he has learned over the years in becoming a dynamic Master of Ceremonies.

Officiating as a Master of Ceremonies at an event is a lot like looking at an iceberg floating in the water. The public only sees what is happening at the event … the tip of the iceberg. They don’t see what has happened behind the scenes or under the water, so to speak, to make everything look like it is running smoothly.