Word of the Day compelling (kəmpɛl , కమ్పేల) Example The recruiter's speech was so compelling that everyone in the audience lined up to apply for a job in her company. Definition verb force somebody to do something Synonyms:  obligate, oblige "We compel all students to fill out this form" necessitate or exact "the water shortage... Continue Reading →

A Toastmasters’ Project Speech 5-7 min. duration.

Opening: Good evening, fellow Toastmasters and guests. Have you ever felt like you had all the talent in the world, but still couldn't perform at your best? Perhaps you're just too pessimistic. As the great philosopher Bertrand Russell once said, "The hardest thing in the world is to think for oneself. And with all the... Continue Reading →

From Seth Godin’s Newsletter :An end to pop

An end to pop [ https://p.feedblitz.com/r3.asp?l=205324556&f=1081591&c=11883923&u=5102652 ] Pop culture depends on scarcity. When there are only a few TV stations or a dozen radio stations, it's likely that many of us watch or hear the same thing at the same time. And so a popular TV show or song from fifty years ago probably reached... Continue Reading →


Did you know... ... that today is Great Lakes Awareness Day? Celebrate the five beautiful lakes -- Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario -- by learning more about them. We depend on them for drinking water, recreation, transportation, power, and economic opportunities. Trivia buffs: The Great Lakes' basins are linked together and form one continuous... Continue Reading →

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