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How to Give Compelling Online Presentations

Presenting online offers more challenges than presenting to a live audience. Careful consideration of your audience, the message you want to convey, and how you convey that message is key to turning presentations into revenue opportunities. This session will cover 3 important areas for online presentations: choosing a compelling topic, tips to engaged listeners, and how to motivate listeners to act.
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How to Give Compelling Online Presentations
Expires: 4/1/2020

(1.0 General Professional Responsibility Credit)

Presenting online offers more challenges than presenting to a live audience. Careful consideration of your audience, the message you want to convey, and how you convey that message is key to turning presentations into revenue opportunities. This session will cover 3 important areas for online presentations: choosing a compelling topic, tips to engage listeners, and how to motivate listeners to act.

Valerie Peterson, J.D. CEO, ElderCounsel, LLC
Valerie is the Chief Executive Officer of ElderCounsel, LLC. Before joining ElderCounsel, Valerie practiced law in Miami and Ft. Lauderdale where she was the owner of Peterson Law Office, P.A., and later Fisher & Peterson, P.C., a firm specializing in the areas of elder law and estate planning.

In addition to serving as CEO, Valerie also serves as instructor for several ElderCounsel educational courses, including the Elder Law Immersion and Practice Building Camp. Valerie has also taught for the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), the Academy of Veterans Pension Planners (AVAPP), and for various state bar associations and estate planning councils.
Since 2012, Valerie has served as an adjunct professor for Stetson Law School where she teaches the Veteran’s Benefits Course to Elder Law LL.M. students.
Valerie is accredited by the Veterans Administration to assist veterans with claims, a member of NAELA, the Academy of VA Pension Planners, and she is a member of the Florida and Kansas Bar Associations (currently inactive).
Valerie resides in Evergreen, CO with her husband, Jonathan Mintz, and two cats, Milo and O’Malley. Both she and her husband love the outdoors and are avid cyclists who enjoy all that the mountains have to offer. Valerie is also a certified Bulletproof® Coach and has a personal blog that is focused on nutrition.

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How to Give Compelling Online Presentations
Expires: 4/1/2020

(1.0 General Professional Responsibility Credit)

Presenting online offers more challenges than presenting to a live audience. Careful consideration of your audience, the message you want to convey, and how you convey that message is key to turning presentations into revenue opportunities. This session will cover 3 important areas for online presentations: choosing a compelling topic, tips to engage listeners, and how to motivate listeners to act.

Valerie Peterson, J.D. CEO, ElderCounsel, LLC
Valerie is the Chief Executive Officer of ElderCounsel, LLC. Before joining ElderCounsel, Valerie practiced law in Miami and Ft. Lauderdale where she was the owner of Peterson Law Office, P.A., and later Fisher & Peterson, P.C., a firm specializing in the areas of elder law and estate planning.

In addition to serving as CEO, Valerie also serves as instructor for several ElderCounsel educational courses, including the Elder Law Immersion and Practice Building Camp. Valerie has also taught for the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), the Academy of Veterans Pension Planners (AVAPP), and for various state bar associations and estate planning councils.
Since 2012, Valerie has served as an adjunct professor for Stetson Law School where she teaches the Veteran’s Benefits Course to Elder Law LL.M. students.
Valerie is accredited by the Veterans Administration to assist veterans with claims, a member of NAELA, the Academy of VA Pension Planners, and she is a member of the Florida and Kansas Bar Associations (currently inactive).
Valerie resides in Evergreen, CO with her husband, Jonathan Mintz, and two cats, Milo and O’Malley. Both she and her husband love the outdoors and are avid cyclists who enjoy all that the mountains have to offer. Valerie is also a certified Bulletproof® Coach and has a personal blog that is focused on nutrition.

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Program Date4/28/2020
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