Tweeting During Presentations A few years ago, the sign of a bored audience was people playing with their phones under their desks, checking email on their Blackberrys. They think the speaker won’t notice if they hold the phones in their laps, although…Read More
Who ever heard of a conference without evaluations?
Who ever heard of a conference without evaluations? I spoke recently at a conference where the organizers didn’t seek real audience feedback. For reasons that escape me, they didn’t ask the attendees to rate the speakers on a simple…Read More
BLAH BLAH BLAH
“BLAH BLAH BLAH” I was speaking today at a law firm retreat at the beautiful new Alfond Inn in Winterpark, Florida. The hotel is becoming famous for its extensive and eclectic artwork in the lobbies and around the hotel. It’s…Read More
LAW MARKETING VIDEO: Top 10 Website Cliches to Avoid.
VIDEO: Top 10 Law Firm Website Cliches to Avoid at All Costs! Here’s a popular 4-minute excerpt from an award-winning speech by Ross Fishman, discussing the bland, boring, and ineffectual cliches that infest the website home pages and infect their…Read More
Speakers – Are you entertaining? Or effective?
Speakers – Are you entertaining? Or effective? We spend a lot of blog posts on the subject of providing more than simply good content. At Law Firm Speakers and Retreats, we think it’s important for presenters to also be entertaining,…Read More