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pronunciation

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 - June 14, 2022
commonplace book

Commonplace Books Are Uncommonly Useful for Lawyers

Analog Attorney | Keeping a commonplace book helps you be more interesting.

Bull Garlington - June 13, 2022
emotions in communication

Your Emotions Rule How Effectively You Communicate

Our emotions are dynamic, changing all the time, and these changes are amplified by pressure and stress at work. Ignoring how we feel isn’t reliable or sustainable — or effective, given the tendency for our emotions to “leak” into conversations ...

Chris Graham - May 26, 2022
Computer screen lawyer presentations

Better Presentations: How to Stop ‘Rough-Drafting’ and Learn to Speak with Precision

Do your presentations suffer from "hanging fragmentitis"? When you hear yourself starting sentences over, help yourself bring that sentence to an end by doing three things.

Marsha Hunter - September 26, 2021
be a thought leader

Should You Be a Thought Leader? The Answer May Surprise You

Teddy Snyder | Expertise and thought leadership are not the same thing. What is thought leadership? Let’s break it down.

Theda C. Snyder - July 6, 2021
presentation

The Four Parts of Your Presentation

To present a subject effectively, you need to optimize the speaker (you), the course materials, the visual (the PowerPoint) and the notes.

Theda C. Snyder - May 26, 2021
tune up your practice

Tune Up Your Practice: 4 Things Lawyers Can Do to Avoid Unemployment

With so much uncertainty, it can be hard to know what steps — big or small — will help make your practice strong. These four tactics are a good place to start.

Rosanna Berardi - January 13, 2021
free marketing building blocks

Free Marketing Is Always the Place to Start When Building Your Law Firm

Book Preview | Attorney Ali Katz explains the three things you need to use free marketing, so you can build your practice without spending too much money.

Ali Katz - October 5, 2020
CCPA

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
client visits

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
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