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Quotes for Public Speakers (No. 321) – Plato

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“Rhetoric is the art of ruling the minds of men.” — Plato Photo courtesy of Marie-Lan Nguyen / Wikimedia Commons. The post Quotes for Public Speakers (No. 321) – Plato appeared first on Manner of Speaking. Quotes for Public Speakers Plato public speaking public speaking quotes quotes rhetoric

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The Communication Blog - Untitled Article

The Communication Blog

Another interesting article on workplace communication. link]. communicating at meetings communication in the workplace Interpersonal Communication workplace communication

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Like Afternoon Soaps, Few Filmed Working on "A Million Little Things"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Practicing law is a demanding job, right. Not for Katherine on "A Million Little Things." " Only once in the last few weeks was she filmed at the law office. And when there it was a scene in which she chatted up her personal life with a colleague.

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Systems to Help Scale Your Speaking Business with Taylorr Payne & Austin Grammon

Speaker Launcher

In this digital age, there’s a constant flow of new programs that promise to help you streamline your business. Do you find yourself buying the next shiny object and then just putting the software on a shelf because you don’t know how to implement it?

All About Using Harvey Balls

SlideModel

Amidst chunks of data, lengthy bits of text and complex business jargon what saves presenters from making a complete mockery out of their slide decks are visuals. With visual presentations you explain complex ideas and bits of data and make it all easy enough to grasp by your audience.

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3 Ways to Help People Understand What Your Data Means

Duarte Blog

Last year, Jeff Bezos became the richest person in the world with a net worth of more than $130 billion. The world was abuzz trying to make sense of just how rich the Amazon CEO really was, and headlines grabbed hold of this tweet from Neil deGrasse Tyson.

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Bias in Algorithms - Congress Should Pounce on This One

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The Journal Science published the research of Ziad Obermeyer et al. which documented racial bias in the healthcare algorithm applied to 200 million. Essentially the algorithm steered blacks to less complex healthcare options between 2013 and 2015. That saved the system money.

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Using these 4 Specific Social Selling Tips Only if You Want to Sell More

SpeakerSue Says...

Whether it’s actually 16% or 40% more, who cares? It’s more. Every bit of research indicates sellers who use social to sell, sell more and reach more prospects faster. Yet, according to Rain Group only 25% of sellers bother. Today is your lucky day! Boost visibility with social before a networking event. Post that you’ll be there. Download their app and upload your photo. Join and like their FB/LinkedIn pages. Link with people you meet. Post photos and positive comments after attending.

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So Off Any Game - "Law & Order SVU"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The raped transgender. The son of a bankrupt NYC taxi driver who commits assault to send a message. And, the black woman living in the projects who Captain Benson catapults into #MeToo. Essentially, all that constituted the triple plot line on last night's "Law & Order SVU."

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Twitter and More - Influence Game in Play

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

2019 is about The Twittering of Everything. If it isn't posted on that social network it doesn't exist. And both those doing the posting and that social network may have tremendous influence. (Or, Or, maybe not.).

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Voodoo in the Courtroom

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The public began to notice extreme verdicts against defendants in "Hulk Hogan v. Gawker." " Plaintiff Hogan had been awarded $141 million. More recently, there had been the $8 billion punitive damage verdict in the Risperdal case against Johnson & Johnson.

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Made for The New Yorker or Vanity Fair - The Latest at DLA Piper

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In the ongoing DLA Piper soap opera, today's episode features Leah M. Christensen.    On Abovethelaw.com , legal journalist Kathryn Rubino describes the plot line. 

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Meredith Sells Money Magazine to Startup

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Once the read of the smart crowd, Money Magazine went on a downward trajectory in internet times. After all, there emerged so much cooler competition such as NerdWallet. Some media outlets didn't get the hang of digital fast enough or in a way that attracted enough eyeballs.

"Court TV" Might Have More Amber Guyger

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In Texas, there is a 30-day window for lawyers to file a notice or intent to appeal. Amber Guyger's lawyer Michael Mowla has done just that. Here are more details from CNN. In itself, that is just a formality. But it triggers speculation that she might appeal.

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"The Good Doctor" - Audience Fatigue with "Different"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Okay, audiences get it that Shaun Murphy on "The Good Doctor" can solve medical problems lesser medical intellects can't. But tolerance for his inability to boost his emotional/social IQ quickly enough may be wearing on viewers.

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The New Debt Factory: The Elite M.B.A. Program in the U.S.

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Law school (along with medical school) has company among top M.B.A. programs in the U.S. for saddling graduates with large student loan debt. Bloomberg surveyed graduates of the M.B.A. Class of 2018 from elite schools like Harvard Business.

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The New Superheroes - State Attorneys General Poking Around Facebook

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

New York state attorney general Letitia James is investigating Facebook. That probe is separate from those being conducted by the DOJ and FTC.

Lori Loughlin - The World Had Changed & Prosecution Missed All That

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Seems US Attorney Andrew Lelling got this one wrong. He wasn't in touch with where social norms currently are. Old-line mandates for what was once called "character" are, like, totally yesterday. Lessing assumed universal outrage about the crimes of the AdmissionsGate miscreants.

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Biggest Legal Story of The Year, Not a Court Trial - Another Development in DLA Piper She Said/Firm Said, He Said

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The general and legal media outlets keep airing new episodes in what might go down in history as the notorious legal soap opera of 2019 in BigLaw. That's the she said/the law firm said/he said play out of allegations about sexual misconduct at DLA Piper and push-back on the contentions.

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DLA Piper Mess - Now, Former Partner Louis Lehot Provides His Side of Story

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The situation has been She Says/The Law Firm Says. Now, added to that is He Says.    All this has been part of the high drama which broke out since junior partner at DLA Piper Vanina Guerrero sent an open letter throughout the firm requesting to be released from mandatory arbitration.

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Freelance News Writers - Stay the Hell Out of California, After 1/1/2020

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

California AB - 5 was intended to help gig workers, not harm them. Essentially it codified the landmark state supreme court 2018 decision "Dynamex." " Also, it adds on some exceptions of categories of workers which employers don't have to classify as "employees."

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Internet Advertising - What IAB Reports

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

No surprise, in all categories there is growth in internet advertising. No, not many folks are going retro and placing ads in the print version of the local newspaper. Twice a year the trade association IAB provides a study, conducted by PWC. Here you can check out the most recent one.

David Muir Owns Evening News - Norah O'Donnell Never Had a Chance

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

It's talent, backed up by an efficient production team. That's why ABC's David Muir owns the evening news.    CBS' Norah O'Donnell never had a chance. The New York Post reports that last week in the critical 25 - 54 demographic, viewership plunged 25%.

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Trial by Robot, Instead of Judge and Jury

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Going going gone is the notion of "fair and impartial." " Law.com documents how nuclear verdicts ($8 billion in Risperdal) result from subjectivity among jurors. And, how about Judge Tammy Kemp hugging and giving a bible to Amber Guyger?

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The Most Ambiguous Phrase in 2019: "Behaving Badly"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Tinder chief executive officer Elie Seidman is making it his business to nail those using the app who are ''behaving badly." 

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Megyn Kelly - Backlash Begins, Maybe Other Kids Won't Let Her Back in Sandbox

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

More than 4 million folks tuned into the Fox Tucker Carlson interview with Megyn Kelly. That was a good start to a comeback for the one-time star political commentator. In terms of reputation restoration, Kelly, who blew it at NBC, was making the right moves.

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Megyn Kelly - Should World Get Ready for Kelly Brand?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The Megyn Kelly Fox interview with Tucker Carlson nailed more than 4 million pairs of eyeballs. That triggered speculation that Kelly would be returning to Fox. Kelly herself killed off that rumor, reports Daily Mail.

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Alan Dershowitz - He Could Be Putting in Play Another "Hulk Hogan v. Gawker"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

One of Alan Dershowitz' early books "The Best Defense" recommends going on the offense. And that's exactly what one of his lawyers Arthur Aidale of Aidale Bertuna says the legal team now is doing, reports New York Post.

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Mandy Valez - There Are Still English Majors & This One Took on $75,000 in Student Loans for That Education

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

What catches the attention of us former English majors in the BusinessInsider article about early student loan pay-off of $75,000 is this: The woman who accomplished that in 6 years (and ducked $$96,000 in interest) majored in English (along with communications) at the University of Pittsburgh. Communications, yes. But English? That seems an aberration. The woman's name is Mandy Velez. She used the "debt snowball" approach.

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Felicity Huffman - Green Becomes Her

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

One-time star of "Desperate Housewives," Felicity Huffman has become the symbol of the push to return America to the land of equality (or, at least the mythology about that). After getting nailed in CollegeAdmissionsGate, Huffman did not go the route of white upper class entitlement. That would have been to pay the best lawyers to get off the hook on all legalities. Instead, she took a plea and presented herself to the world as contrite.

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Alan Dershowitz - He Could Be Putting in Play Another "Hulk Hogan v. Gawker"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

One of Alan Dershowitz' early books "The Best Defense" recommends going on the offense. And that's exactly what one of his lawyers Arthur Aidale of Aidale Bertuna says the legal team now is doing, reports New York Post. As many know, Dershowitz is being sued by Virginia Giuffre, who had been in the Jeffrey Epstein loop, for defamation. When she accused Dershowitz of having unwanted sex with her he called her in public, among other things, a "serial perjurer."

2019 40

Alan Dershowitz - He Could Be Putting in Play Another "Hulk Hogan v. Gawker"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

One of Alan Dershowitz' early books "The Best Defense" recommends going on the offense. And that's exactly what one of his lawyers Arthur Aidale of Aidale Bertuna says the legal team now is doing, reports New York Post. As many know, Dershowitz is being sued by Virginia Giuffre, who had been in the Jeffrey Epstein loop, for defamation. When she accused Dershowitz of having unwanted sex with her he called her in public, among other things, a "serial perjurer."

2019 40

Alan Dershowitz - He Could Be Putting in Play Another "Hulk Hogan v. Gawker"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

One of Alan Dershowitz' early books "The Best Defense" recommends going on the offense. And that's exactly what one of his lawyers Arthur Aidale of Aidale Bertuna says the legal team now is doing, reports New York Post. As many know, Dershowitz is being sued by Virginia Giuffre, who had been in the Jeffrey Epstein loop, for defamation. When she accused Dershowitz of having unwanted sex with her he called her in public, among other things, a "serial perjurer."

2019 40

Alan Dershowitz - He Could Be Putting in Play Another "Hulk Hogan v. Gawker"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

One of Alan Dershowitz' early books "The Best Defense" recommends going on the offense. And that's exactly what one of his lawyers Arthur Aidale of Aidale Bertuna says the legal team now is doing, reports New York Post. As many know, Dershowitz is being sued by Virginia Giuffre, who had been in the Jeffrey Epstein loop, for defamation. When she accused Dershowitz of having unwanted sex with her he called her in public, among other things, a "serial perjurer."

2019 40

Alan Dershowitz - He Could Be Putting in Play Another "Hulk Hogan v. Gawker"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

One of Alan Dershowitz' early books "The Best Defense" recommends going on the offense. And that's exactly what one of his lawyers Arthur Aidale of Aidale Bertuna says the legal team now is doing, reports New York Post. As many know, Dershowitz is being sued by Virginia Giuffre, who had been in the Jeffrey Epstein loop, for defamation. When she accused Dershowitz of having unwanted sex with her he called her in public, among other things, a "serial perjurer."

2019 40

Alan Dershowitz - He Could Be Putting in Play Another "Hulk Hogan v. Gawker"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

One of Alan Dershowitz' early books "The Best Defense" recommends going on the offense. And that's exactly what one of his lawyers Arthur Aidale of Aidale Bertuna says the legal team now is doing, reports New York Post. As many know, Dershowitz is being sued by Virginia Giuffre, who had been in the Jeffrey Epstein loop, for defamation. When she accused Dershowitz of having unwanted sex with her he called her in public, among other things, a "serial perjurer."

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