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July 28, 2006

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Allison Shields

Nothing in my post was meant to imply that speaking to a large audience is the same as speaking to a judge or jury - although there are some techniques and ideas which are common to both.

RJON@HowToMakeItRain.com

Anyone who is seriously considering using speaking engagements as a marketing tool, owes it to him or herself to check out this resources: http://speakoutinc.com/products.htm

Notwithstanding the fact that I have spoken to several dozen audiences ranging from 5-500, I've gone back to my copy of this wokbook many times over the years & I keep getting value from it.

Speaking to an audience, is NOT the same thing as speaking to a jury or a judge.

Respectfully,

RJON ROBINS
www.HowToMakeItRain.com
Helping Lawyers In Small Firms Make ALOT More Money!

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