The Purpose Behind My Communication Tips Blog is Simple…

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To Help YOU Become a Better Communicator.

George Bernard Shaw once wrote, “The problem with communication is the illusion that it has occurred”

To MAKE SURE your next communication is not only heard, but acted upon, I’m sharing almost 3 decades of trial lawyer communication tips at my blog to show EVERYONE (not just trial lawyers) how to make an impact, fascinate others, and close deals just like the best trial lawyers in the world.

“Half the world is composed of people who have something to say and can’t, and the other half who have nothing to say and keep on saying it.”

–Robert Frost

Do you know the 5 step process most good lawyers use to effectively communicate? Are you case framing and doing the communication dance? Well, the answers to these questions and more are all available right here and right now!

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Several Popular Blog Posts and Interviews

Past guest interviews and blog posts: Bob Burg, Seth Godin, David Meeriman Scott, Chris Brogan, Gary Vaynerchuk, Sally Hogshead, Shama Kabani, Alan Weiss, Chad Barr, Craig Valentine, Anne Miller, Brian Solis, Chrissie Lightfoot, Peter Diamandis, Jeff Fluhr… (use the search box to find your favorite topic or speaker). Also click on the arrows below to move through the carousal and then click on the blog post you’d like to read, watch or listen to.


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