January 1, 2015: In the mid-20th century, academician and communication theorist Clay Schoenfeld recommended the 30-3-30 rule. That is, you should present your message knowing that your audience will fall into one of these categories: the 30-minute, 3-minute or 30-second reader:
December 1, 2014: Have you noticed how excited corporate spokespeople are these days? And if not excited, how pleased, proud and delighted they are? Some are even thrilled. Or at least that’s what they say in their executive quotes.