Guy Kawasaki is a technology guru and venture capitalist who listens to a lot of presentations from entrepreneurs seeking money for start-up ventures. The overwhelming majority of the presentations he hears are, as he says, “crap.”
And so he demands that all presentations at his business, Garage Technology Ventures, follow what he calls the “10/20/30 rule.” It’s a rule that should be embraced by attorneys and anyone else that wants to connect with audiences.
If you’re looking for a resolution this year that is a little different than “I’m going to stop eating desserts,” we have some communication skills resolutions that will help your career by helping you connect better with audiences.
"Boldness in business is the first, second, and third thing."
Thomas Fuller, an English writer, said those words four centuries ago. And they’re still true today; especially as they pertain to business communication skills.
Question: How many psychologists does it take to change a light bulb?
Answer: Just one. But the light bulb has to want to change.
“If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten.”
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