You’re blank. You don’t know what to talk about or write. Relax. I’ve got 2 handy-dandy questions you can use as your go-to idea starter.
The first question: What do I want them to know?
What do you want the reader (audience, interviewer, new contact, etc.) to know about the law, about your services, or about you?
What do you want your new client to know about his case, what you’ll do first, and what might happen?
What do you want people to know about how you can help them or why they should choose you?
What do you want your clients to know about making a referral, writing a review, or when they should update their docs?
So much you want them to know. You could write or talk for days.
Okay, second question: What do you want them to do?
What do you want your new client to send you? What do you want them to do if an investigator calls? What do you want them to tell their doctor?
What do you want the reader to do after they read your article? What do you want your website visitor to do before they leave your site?
What do you want someone to do if they have questions? Want to make an appointment? Want more information? Aren’t sure they can afford it?
Use these questions to brainstorm ideas for content, correspondence, or conversation.
If you still run dry, ask yourself, “What else do I want them to know or do?”