We meet every 1st and 3rd Thursday at the Trinidad & Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce which is located behind West Mall on Columbus Circle (turn left at light by Superpharm, take left at T-junction, and the entrance is on the right). Our meetings start promptly at 5:29 and go till 7 to 7:15.

Welcome to Talk Fluor So, the best Toastmasters Club in Trinidad!

A disputed title of course, but come see for yourself.  Our mood is informal yet professional and our unique meeting format helps make our meetings entertaining and fast paced.  Bring a friend and you be the judge.  

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Toastmasters helped make Wells Fargo CEO

Toastmasters helped make Wells Fargo CEO

Being able to speak well is not just helpful to your career, but an absolute deal breaker if you can’t do it.  In the January 2016 issue of Toastmasters magazine Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf ...

10,000 hours to greatness

10,000 hours to greatness

I remember that night. My wife and I stayed up to hear him speak. We wanted to go to sleep because it was late and we had to work the next morning. But history had been written that night. We ...

The Magic of Story

The Magic of Story

A few years ago I was fortunate enough to attend a speaking seminar by a guy who’s claim to fame was being karate chopped by Chuck Norris.  Lucky for me, while true, that really ...

TEDx Port-of-Spain

TEDx Port-of-Spain

As Toastmasters TED talks should be part of our normal media consumption, and in case you didn’t know there are local version of TED called ...

General Evaluator checklist

Pre-Meeting Make sure you provide the Master Toastmaster with your introduction.   A big powerful introduction of the Gen Evaluator is important ...

Why do I do what I do?

Why do I get up in front of my peers week after week to speak for six to eight minutes about things that I am sure do not interest anyone in the ...

Master Tabletopics checklist

As the Master Tabletopics speaker you are responsible for developing the questions beforehand.  Here are some things to remember about how we ...

Ah Counter checklist

Your job as the Ah Counter is to report on the number of times crutch words—used as pause filers—were used during the meeting.  It is a good idea ...

Grammarian checklist

As the grammarian your job is to listen for and highlight brilliant use of metaphor, grammatical eloquence from everyone in the meeting.  You ...

Timer checklist

The Timer’s responsibility is to help the Master Toastmaster keep the meeting moving on schedule as well as to make sure that every speaker ...