Tips for Talks and Lessons #3: Overcome Boredom with Variety

You cannot teach anything unless you capture and maintain the listeners' attention. This is the first rule of communication. Maintain Interest: Overcome the Propensity for Boredom Humans have a great capacity for boredom. For example, in high school I was fed the same dinner three times a week at a private restaurant where I worked. … Continue reading Tips for Talks and Lessons #3: Overcome Boredom with Variety

Entertaining DUI Cases

(To: Great Oak High School. You are the best!) "Court Case Friday" Driving Under the Influence (DUI) cases are very tragic. Tens of thousands of people are killed or maimed every year by drunk drivers. In fact, drunk drivers kill someone "Every 15 Minutes." Yet sometimes DUI cases can be entertaining. Golf Cart on the … Continue reading Entertaining DUI Cases

Ten Laws of Matrimony: In Honor of Valentine’s Day

(I have performed countless civil wedding in my judicial capacity. Here is my wedding talk.) Ten Laws of Matrimony Over the years, I have become convinced that to have a strong and happy marriage, we must abide by the laws of matrimony.  Let me briefly share with you ten of those laws. First, a strong … Continue reading Ten Laws of Matrimony: In Honor of Valentine’s Day