The two most important and hardest parts of any talk are the beginning and the end. Learn 3 ways to start and finish a talk that all take advantage of the best technique to bring it all together.
“We the jury find the defendant, NOT GUILTY.”Stunned and in shock I sat there. My brain started going a million miles an hour. I could hear the defense attorney and defendant congratulating one another.
Have you ever gone to the symphony? Think back to that experience as the orchestra played it’s final note. Every instrument and musician finishes with dramatic flair. It’s mesmerizing.
How long will it take? It’s a great question and one that rarely involves a clear answer. At least in my line of work. This is the nature of being a founder, creator, teacher, instructor, coach, consultant, speaker, and trial lawyer.
I don’t know if I should celebrate or let out a sigh of relief tonight. This is day 30 of publishing an article every single day for 30 days.
Cartoons aren’t just for kids. But it took me a long time to embrace this idea.
Video killed the radio star until Clubhouse appeared out of nowhere.
Roman generals had a slave telling them “memento mori” or remember you are mortal when they were given a triumph through the streets of Rome after victory. It was a reminder to not lose perspective as the entire city and country celebrated them.
It’s impossible to feel ready to go to trial. There’s always something else that could be done. There’s always a little bit more preparation. There’s always a reason to say wait.
There’s a line in The Dark Knight that’s hard to miss. “If you’re good at something, never do it for free.”
Performative Speaking uses storytelling ideas that incorporate other forms of art, culture, media, and pop culture to create the mood, feeling, or vibe in the audience to convince them of a position.
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