Mon.Jan 27, 2020

Quotes for Public Speakers (No. 327) – Kobe Bryant

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“Everything negative—pressure, challenges—is all an opportunity for me to rise.” ” — Kobe Bryant Photo courtesy of Keith Allison. The post Quotes for Public Speakers (No. 327) – Kobe Bryant appeared first on Manner of Speaking. Quotes for Public Speakers challenges Kobe Bryant public speaking quote self-development

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Weird is where the growth happens

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A client was rehearsing her presentation. She stood on stage with her arms crossed in front of her. I stopped her. Try standing with your palms out,” I told her. She did, then stopped. That feels weird,” she said. Good,” I said. Try it again.”. She did. Still feels weird,” she said. Again.”.

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Coronavirus & Dow Down 400+ - It's the Uncertainty

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The stock market hates uncertainty.    As expected, the Dow is down 400+. And stabilizing or an up may not be in the near term.    What's in play is that few if any movers and shakers believe what the government and media are contending about the coronavirus.

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The Business of Transparency - Ranging from Law Firms to Psychotherapy

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Gender discrimination lawsuit "Tolton, et al. Jones Day" has seemed to get un der the skin of that elite law firm. Yes, Jones Day is the defendant and it has been reacting. Here is the latest in the myriad media articles about how this usually secretive firm has come out swinging.

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GamePlan - Getting in, From Harvard Law School to The Wall Street Journal (with a "no" from Hallmark along the way)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

BusinessInsider's Prime Content (that is, behind a paywall) has information and insight from the Horse's Mouth how to get admitted to Harvard Law School. The sources include those in the Admissions Loop.

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U.S. State Dept Warns Against Travel to China - Oh, Never Thought of That

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The death of common sense. That seems embedded in the warning just out from the U.S. State Department's advising against travel to China. Since those from the center of the now-global spread of the coronavirus could have gone wherever in China (and beyond), shouldn't have it been commonsense to steer clear of that nation? Even for business. Meanwhile, the financial types have already been warning that the travel sector in general will be hard hit.

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