My Journey to Becoming a Distinguished Toastmaster

Nick Throlson DTM Distinguished Toastmaster

My Journey to Becoming a Distinguished Toastmaster

Distingushed Toastmaster Letter3 1/2 years, 40+ speeches, 1 year as an Area Governor for District 12, 1 year as a Division E Director for District 12, Leading Division E to a Distinguished division. Contest Chair for area & division contests. Club president & Vice president of education. Coaching a club “Eastvale Toastmasters” to distinguished and mentoring new members. Chartering 2 new clubs is just the tip of the iceberg on what a Distinguished Toastmaster is all about. Being the highest honor only 2% of toastmasters ever achieve this goal.

Today I am celebrating my success. Follow your dreams set goals with a date attached to them. I said I would achieve Distinguished Toastmaster in three years first day I joined. 3 1/2 years later it's come true! Thank you to all my friends and Toastmasters team. I couldn't of done it without you! TOASTMASTERS HAS CHANGED MY LIFE! ?#?Toastmasters? ?#?DTM? ?#?DistingushedToastmaster? ?#?goals? ?#?success? ?#?dreams? ?#?leadership?


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  • Alan Wolfe

    Nicely Done, Nick

    July 13, 2016 at 2:21 pm
  • Kim Krajci DTM

    Congratulations! You’ve clearly worked hard for the award!

    July 13, 2016 at 6:04 pm

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