This week, I took a risk and went to an exercise class that was advertised to be a low-impact workout. I have issues with my feet, ankles, and knees, so a lot of jumping or running is not an option for me.
This class is probably a lot of fun for someone who didn’t have to worry about her ability to walk the next day. I took the risk and… it wasn’t for me.
If you’re new to Toastmasters, you’re starting at Level 1. You’re not thinking about Level 4 at all. But in both levels, it’s about taking risks.
We forget pretty quickly how much of a risk coming to a Toastmasters meeting and joining a club is for most people. Continue reading “Level 1 and Level 4: Taking Risks”