They did decide on 5 different Personas.
1. The new professional, student, needing new skills to cope.
2. The mid manager, to practice and learn skills.
3. The senior retired who want to continue developing, learning.
4. The professional speaker needing feedback in a Toastmasters club.
5. The toastmasters whose English is 2nd, 3rd or 4th language.
Are you any of those?
|Different professions and mother languages|
As for me, you could put me in the 4th and 5th category.
|Different kind of work|
|Different mother languages|
It could be we do have some problems at the beginning, my son or grand-daughter would not have, but once we understand, no problem. He had to show me how to open my window for the whole screen and tell my browser, Safari in my case, to open a new tab with every link I clicked on. Then a window would not hide another and I also did not have to stretch each time my project to see the arrows.
|Toastmasters like tomatoes come in different shapes and forms. Diversity is normal.|