George Carlin, who died a week ago, taught us the "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television." If you were paying attention, the counterculture comic also taught us how to be great speakers. He did three things that we can all learn from, says consultant Joey Asher: He took strong positions, spoke with passion and practiced a lot. Carlin left a wonderful legacy of anti-establishment comedy, and regardless of whether you agreed with him, attorneys can all learn from how he held an audience.
Public-Speaking Lessons From George Carlin
June 30, 2008