Thursday, July 22, 2010

My first speech on Youtube

Last year I was given the privileged to be a test speaker for an speech evaluation contest. In other words, the contestants had to evaluate my speech. Can you imagine being evaluated by 5 people! It was an experience. The video is embedded in this post:

The contest was held by my Toastmasters club, Thamesdown Speakers. Toastmasters is such an amazing not-for-profit organisation which is dedicated to help people become better speakers and leaders. If you feel that you lack confidence, I recommend you at least to visit one Toastmasters club, even if public speaking does not interest you. Search for a club on their website and I am sure you will find a group close to you - it is international.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

My Short Stories published online

Dear readers,
You will find my short stories published on the following blog:
I would love to have your feedback on my short stories, especially the first one.
Take care,

Thursday, December 24, 2009


Dear readers, If you still come to my blog, then rest assured that I have a lot to share with you, especially on the topic of confidence.

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

All about Developing Oneself

I have been reading about Personal Development articles recently. The resources out there is HUGE. If you lack in self-confidence, this one will catch your eye:

I hope to share more of these to you.

Saturday, January 20, 2007

Voice for Chagos

David Cameron, Leader of the Conservative Party of the United Kingdom, has a website where people can vote on issues that he will talk about in the House of Commons. Here is what I have received from Celia Whitetaker of Chagos Support (UK):

Daniel Simpson has put a question on David Cameron's website. "When will you introduce a parliamentary motion demanding a government-funded plan to resettle Chagossians on the islands from which Britain evicted them, together with an apology and adequate compensation for the decades of hardship inflicted?" You can now vote to have David Cameron (U.K. Conservative Party leader) make a public statement on the situation of the Chagossians by going to registering and voting. David Cameron will only be "obliged" to answer the top 5 questions after this week's deadline which ends next Sunday to Monday night at exactly 0.00am. Last week's no. 1 question (put there by the American section of the international 9/11 Truth Movement) received 172 votes, so my guess is we could easily beat that number if everyone helps. All it takes is a quick and simple on-line registration under any nickname, so please help the Chagossians by doing this and also encourage others who care about justice to do the same.

I think that you can help, please help! Tell everone about it. If you do not know about Chagos, read it here!!