Dec Cluskey is Toastmaster of the Day on August 8th at 6 PM London

Dec Cluskey is Toastmaster of the Day and the theme is ‘Perfection is a Killer’.

Our grammar theme of the day: Try to use a ‘simile’ …. just add ‘like’ and a description ….

E.G. “I was walking down a beach …. it was like a heavenly etc.

Easy stuff and makes what you say so special?

Market Yourself!

July 11, 2022, at 6 PM London

The Personal Branding Guru,” and author of, “Ditch, Dare, Do: 3D Personal Branding for Executives,” says, “If you want to be successful, you need to think of yourself as a personal brand.”

William Arruda

Register at Eventbrite for the Zoom Link to the Meeting.

Link to our Meeting Agenda

We will have three Tech Tip sessions at the beginning of the meeting.

The Skill of Self-Confidence

Confidence comes from the mastery of skills and practice.

The skill of self-confidence | Dr. Ivan Joseph | TEDxRyersonU

The skill of self-confidence | Dr. Ivan Joseph | TEDxRyersonU

“The problem is, we expect to be self-confident, but we can’t be unless the skill or task is not novel, is not new to us.

We want to be in a situation where we have had so much pressure… to build diamonds.”

“It Could Be Any One of Us” by Alan Ayckbourn

Mortimer Chalke, a Composer is played by Dec Cluskey
Mortimer has inherited the family fortune. He is a composer whose works are never heard despite winning a very humble composition award during his teenage years.

Digital Communicators presents It Could Be Any One of Us’ by Alan Ayckbourn with guest stars Dec Cluskey and Andrew P. Bennett.

About this event

This Virtual Production of ‘It Could Be Any One of Us’ is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Limited on behalf of Samuel French Limited.

A comedy thriller, who is the murderer? Will you guess?

Imagine a decaying Victorian-built country house somewhere in the North of England in the 1980s. It is the home of three artistic siblings: Mortimer, Jocelyn, and Brinton, none of whom are successful.

When Mortimer decides to leave the family home and fortune to an outsider, mayhem, mystery, and murder ensue.

Who will be the murderer and who will be murdered?

This play is presented by Digital Communicators which is an Advanced Speaking Toastmasters club specializing in Online Presence.

As a club, we are adaptive and innovative while creating a myriad of opportunities for our members. By providing a safe and supportive environment, we thrive in this world of online communication.

We have a variety of entertainment, educational and digital tips at each meeting.

We help our members to improve public speaking in this fast-evolving online world. We know good virtual speaking does not follow the same rules as a good in-person presentation, so we help our members to build expertise in using digital tools including Zoom, Prezi, OBS, and live-streaming.

Parental Guidance Recommended: Flashing lighting effects and mild bad language references.

Production & Technical Team

– Producer Andrew P Bennett

– Nik Lakhani + Julian Cereceda +Mar Cano

– Publicity Pamela Benjamin + Kavita Dulai

Zoom Links will be provided nearer the event.

Digital Communicators Marketing

Social Media

LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook

Please follow Digital Communicators on their Social Media Platforms. If you are new to Social Media, you can create an account and follow us on one or all of our different platforms.

  1. Digital Communicators’ YouTube Account
  2. Digital Communicators’ Facebook Page
  3. Digital Communicators’ Twitter Page
  4. Digital Communicators’ Linked In Page
  5. Digital Communicators’ Instagram Page

Please leave a comment on the posts that we post here. Digital Communiators’ Marketing Team would really like to see comments and likes.

We are looking for additional team members to post and help build our Social Media pages. Please contact VP PR Pamela Benjamin at to be a member of our team.

We welcome and encourage our members and to like our posts, comment, and share the posts on their social media pages.

Live Reporter Role

Have you been asked to be the live reporter at Digital Communicators? Does it seem impossible? Here are the steps to make it fun and educational for you.

  1. Post on Digital Communicators’ Social Media pages before the meeting day. We have Social Media pages on 1) Facebook, 2) Twitter, and 3) Linked In.
    • Before you post, you need to create a picture and get the details of the meeting from the agenda page here on Digital Communicators’ webpage.
    • Once you have the meeting date and major role players you can post on the three Social Media sites.
    • You will need the log in and passwords for those accounts.
  2. Download the Agenda before the meeting. Some people like to copy and past the agenda into a Google Doc to have the inforamtion in front of them before and during the meeting. You can create hashtags with the speakers names or speech topic or title.
  3. Arrive at the meeting at 6 PM London time promptly and begin taking screen pictures and commenting on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. (You may need to send the pictures to the PR Committee Facebook representative at the meeting to be able to post.)
  4. During the meeting post to these accounts with nice pictures of your fellow Digital Communicator friends and put a few words about their role or speech that they have given.
  5. We are using these hashtags to help people find us:
    • #DComlive
    • #DComTMS
    • #Toastmasters
  6. When the meeting is over, please create a two minute Live Reporter video and upload it Digital Communicator’s YouTube account.
  7. Create a post on Digital Communicator’s website (here) about the meeting. What did you like? What can we improve on?
  8. Give a strong call to action at the end of your filmed Reporter Role video.
    • “Please visit us”
    • “Improve your Digital Skills and Speaking Skills with Digital Toastmasters!”
  9. Have Fun!
  10. Digital Communicators Social Media Accounts & Hashtags