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Public Speaking Tips: Introduce Yourself to Your Audience, Please!

Introduce yourself to ensure the information is relevant. If someone else introduces you, use these public speaking tips to head off blunders.

Theda C. Snyder - February 8, 2024
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After Referrals, It’s Recon Time: How Small Business Clients Scout Lawyers

Katie Barnard | Your messaging is on point … but what if the medium fails the audience? Tips for effectively delivering information to all.

Katherine Hollar Barnard - October 23, 2023
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Enhancing Trial Presentations with Audiovisual Evidence

As 3D modeling, virtual reality tours and video annotations develop, AV evidence will have an even greater impact in coming years.

Michael Murray - July 18, 2023
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Accessible Presentations: Persuasive PowerPoint Tips for All of Us

Katie Barnard | Your messaging is on point … but what if the medium fails the audience? Tips for effectively delivering information to all.

Katherine Hollar Barnard - July 13, 2023
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Make Me Love Your Podcast!

Teddy Snyder | Eloquent speakers understand that in every setting, every minute should be informing, perhaps delighting, your audience.

Theda C. Snyder - May 30, 2023
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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 - February 8, 2023
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Eloquence Makes Every Word Important

Teddy Snyder | Eloquent speakers understand that in every setting, every minute should be informing, perhaps delighting, your audience.

Theda C. Snyder - January 12, 2023
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Five Ways to Make Speaking Engagements Pay Off

It’s a huge waste to do the work to give a speech and leave it at that. Here are five more things you can do multiply your speaking engagement's marketing impact.

Merrilyn Astin Tarlton - October 26, 2022
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Much Ado About Word Usage

Get to the Point | The error that seems increasingly common is “much adieu.” That should be “much ado.”

Theda C. Snyder - September 6, 2022
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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 - June 18, 2022
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