Press Release (ePRNews.com) - PITTSBURGH, Pa. - Oct 19, 2018 - Robert A. Creo performs live at the Moth Grandslam, (https://themoth.org/events), on Friday, October 19 at 8:00 p.m., for the Pittsburgh regionals on the theme of “Tipping Point.” Robert is known for his successful storytelling technique that has been helping attorneys reach a successful outcome. Regardless of the level of experience, all lawyers can benefit from understanding how to craft and deliver persuasive stories. Transactional lawyers must rely almost solely on the power of language, especially the spoken word, to convey meaning and persuade others. Transactional lawyers have no forum to force another party into a deal; they negotiate successfully or walk away from any potential deal. Storytelling is a highly valuable skill for advocates and mediators. “I look forward to sharing my Tipping Point story along with the other nine monthly winners of the highly talented Pittsburgh storytellers,” says Robert A. Creo, Esq.
Robert has over 40 years of practical experience in the dispute resolution field as an attorney, arbitrator, mediator, and educator. Mr. Creo graduated from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis in 1977 and Brandeis University in 1974. Read Mr. Creo’s full bio here: https://www.robertcreo.com.
He is a principal of a new website, The Happy Effective Lawyer (www.happy.lawyer), focusing on lawyer contentment and peak performance through online courses. The courses teach eight core competencies that scientific research has proven enhances both performance and contentment.
I look forward to sharing my Tipping Point story along with the other (9) nine monthly winners of the highly talented Pittsburgh storytellers.
The Moth offers a platform for Robert to hone his skills in front of a live audience. The Moth seeks to recognize storytellers among established and emerging writers, performers, artists and to encourage storytelling among communities whose stories often go unheard.
Visit, https://www.robertcreo.com/testimonials–honors.html, for testimonials and Robert A. Creo’s, Esq. awards and honors. Mr. Creo is active in the Fox Chapel Rotary Club and has been supporting its charitable and humanitarian activities. Source :
Robert A. Creo, Esquire