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Public Speaking

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Accent on the Wrong Syll-ah-buhl?

Get to the Point! Don’t you hate it when something comes out of your mouth that makes your listener hesitate or give you a funny look?

Theda C. Snyder - July 14, 2020
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Public Speaking: How to Be a Better CLE Panelist

Panelists have an obligation to educate and to entertain. Try Ruth Carter's list of dos and don'ts to keep your presentations from boring the audience.

Ruth Carter - March 11, 2020
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Get Specific With Your Ask

If you want people to help you, they need to know exactly what you want. Follow Sally Schmidt's advice on being more specific to help your contacts help you.

Sally J. Schmidt - October 29, 2019

Public Speaking Tips to Empower Your Next Presentation

Infographic | Ari Kaplan shares public speaking tips to help increase your comfort level, communicate more effectively and connect with your listeners.

Ari Kaplan - July 26, 2019
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Be a More Effective Speaker

Want your talks to be well-received? Be yourself, field as many questions as you can — and have fun.

Ruth Carter - June 12, 2019

Read the Room to Rule Your Presentation

Crossed arms, doodling and other body language might mean you've lost your audience — or that you're doing great.

Bull Garlington - May 2, 2019

Five Fresh Marketing Ideas for 2019

Marketing ideas can get overused and stagnate. Try these five proven, unusual techniques to keep your marketing fresh.

Karin Conroy - December 14, 2018
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Prepare Your Content for Conference Season

Here’s how a conference can be a source of new topic ideas and a way to maximize your investment in speaking or attending.

Susan Kostal - October 1, 2018
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Thought Leadership Marketing for Lawyers

Your competitors are shouting “I’m an expert” across the web. Here's how successful thought leaders stand out amid the noise.

Jay Harrington - September 18, 2018
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Hey, You! Stop Sitting in the Back at Presentations

The next time you walk into a seminar and decide where to sit, consider sending the message that you’re attentive, respectful and came to learn a thing or two.

Stephanie R. Hanna - September 13, 2018