As I reflect on Dr. King's influence on the Civil Rights Movement through his powerful speeches, I think about how I have always loved oratory . . . from sermons, spoken word, rap and presidential addresses. Also, since I was a little girl I have given speeches and prayers at churches, Girl Scout meetings, and Federated Youth Club Conferences across the country (I won First Place in the Oratorical Contest).
In high school, I joined the Debate Team, I won the All-American Attorney Award for my role as a defense attorney on the Mock Trial Team in College, and I was named Best Oral Advocate my first year in law school and named Best Oral Advocate in a school-wide Moot Court Competition. Now, I put my skills to use in the courtroom at least once a week advocating for my clients' best interests.
If you or someone you know would like to brush up on the Art of Public Speaking, I am excited to share one of my passions through offering a one hour interactive workshop at 6:00 pm at my Firm on four back-to-back nights: Monday, February 3rd through Thursday, February 6. Just one choose session that works for you, or come to multiple sessions too make sure it all sinks in.
Come as you are; no dress code required. You may bring children, if they do not disturb other participants. Children over 10 years old will need to have a ticket if they participate in the workshop.
Don't miss the Early Bird discount that is running now:
Happy MLK Day,
Katherine R. Myers