What our members say
You can sharpen your Public Speaking skills and gain tons of confidence, while at the same time, have fun and meet new friends. I don't think there is a better deal to be had. Mercury is well structured, fun and affordable, so drop by and have a nosey, we are looking forward to meeting you!
Jump in! Be crazy! Improvise! Or prepare the speech of your life and change the world!
Mercury gave me a safe place to do it all and to be creative, have incredible ideas and be a better speaker every Wednesday evening. This is a great opportunity for me and besides that, I also enjoy the multicultural atmosphere of the club that I have always really appreciated as someone who likes to get to know other cultures and different ideas. This club is the best place to learn, to grow and - most importantly - to have fun!
Toastmasters provides a safe and supportive environment where people can practice delivering speeches. It provides a place to experiment, a place to succeed and a place to improve. It’s also the single most cost-effective way to get speech training. On a personal level, I continue to be an active member of Toastmasters because it helps me communicate more effectively not only as a speaker, but as a business professional. I encourage you to join us!
World Class Speeches! That's what we got last night. Every time I hear a Toastmaster speak I learn something new - how to deal with challenges, how to conquer fear, how to live life more fully. Sometimes the speeches are more informational - an explanation of climate change; an introduction to 3D printing. Learning in 7 minute chunks teaches me about the value of economy.
Toastmasters International has given me so many opportunities to grow personally & professionally. From tiny roles to major roles, you can find the right amount of challenges to stretch your speaking and leadership potential. I feel especially at home with Mercury Club because we are a community of international, open-minded, creative and yes, caring! bunch of people. Join us!
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A new board for the office term 2020-2021 was elected by the Mercury members: President – Lars Siegert VP Education – Katerina Apostolova VP Membership – Krisztina Linka VP PR – Chandrasen Rajashekar Treasurer – James Rea Secretary – Stephanie Haight-Kuntze Sergeant at Arms – Viktor Dychko Immediate … Continue reading
A new board for the office term 2019-2020 was elected by the Mercury members: President– Therese Pitt VP Education– Viktor Dychko VP Membership – Nadezhda Gogova VP PR – Pooja Ghosh Treasurer – Svetlana Kokalarova Sergeant at Arms– Katerina Apostolova Secretary – … Continue reading
At the last meeting on May 30th, a new board for the office term 2018-2019 was elected by the Mercury members: President– Lucio Buffalmano VP Education– Lars Siegert VP Membership – Dora Ivanova VP PR – Gustaf Winberg Treasurer – … Continue reading
Get your tickets for the 2016 Fall District 95 Conference in Warsaw, November 25-26 Mercurians will compete and need your support! Motto Night “Thanksgiving” – 23.11.16 Evaluation Workshop – 30.11.16 Christmas Party – 14.12.16 Motto Night “The Year of the … Continue reading
31/10 DIVISION CONTEST: Support Matt, Friederike and Renko during the contest and see Prateek as Contest Chair. Where: 10u Karl-Heinrich-Ulrichs-Straße 10, 10787 Berlin im Hause des CVJM (near Nollendorfplatz) When: 10:00 Agenda 07/11: SPOOK-A-THON: Mercury goes Halloween! Spooky Story telling … Continue reading
We had a wonderful Fall Contest with the marvellous audience, Lukacs – the humorous speech contest master, Sunder – the table topic contest master and Wendy – the head judge. And the winners are … for the Humorous speech contest: 1. … Continue reading
Dear Mercury Members, Our club is like a drug. It’s so good, it’s addictive. The atmosphere at our meetings is uplifting and the number of members and guests that continue to come to us shows this. But THIS wouldn’t be … Continue reading
Have you ever gotten yourself into something exciting, but risky? Now let’s try a slightly different question: Have you ever gotten yourself into something exciting, and later on realized that – oops, it is actually risky? That was me taking … Continue reading
This Wednesday, our well-prepared Toastmaster of the Evening Marina introduced the theme of the evening “O Yeah!”. Afterwards, she wonderfully set the scene for every speaker. Petronela delivered CC manual Project #3 entitled “Sharing is Caring”. In her speech, she … Continue reading