One of the questions I get most often is, “How do I transition?”
There always comes that awkward moment in a presentation where you’re not sure how to start the next bit of content.
In this podcast episode I share the one thing you’re doing too much of and two things that can help you transition like a pro.
Give this episode a listen to transition with ease in any presentation!
What happens if you’re objected to? Or lose your train of thought? Or say something that turns the jury off? How do you recover?
There’s a GREAT skill you can use to get the jury (and yourself) refocused.
Give this podcast a listen to learn how to “decontaminate” the space after something unexpected happens.
This is a special FB Live episode from 4/12/21. We're getting ready to open up enrollment for the H2H Crew! So, it's time to talk about all things H2H as we prep for the 4/16-4/22 launch. For more information about the H2H Crew and to join the waiting list, visit www.fromhostagetohero.com/h2hcrewinfo
If you’re a trial lawyer, you argue for a living.
But there’s one person you should be arguing with and probably aren’t.
Give this podcast a listen to learn why arguing with yourself is a necessary skill to live a fulfilling life.
Get ready for a rant.
I have a HUGE problem with the word “humble” and I’m going to share it with you in today’s episode.
Give this podcast a listen to learn why I think telling people to stay “humble” is a huge mistake and what to do instead.
On one hand, I kinda hate “positive” thinking. It just doesn’t feel authentic sometimes.
On the other hand, I know that our thoughts create our results, so choosing our thoughts carefully really, really matters.
But what happens when you choose to think positively and -don’t- get the result you want? Is it a cosmic fuck you from the universe?
Give this podcast a listen to learn the point of positive thinking and what to do when you feel like you’ve just been kicked in the gut.
One of my client’s favorite things about my work is what I call the Trial Dialogue.
What is the Trial Dialogue you ask?
It’s sourcing your opening from jurors in voir dire. It’s genius if I may say so myself, and moves jurors from information to investment.
Give this special FB LIVE podcast a listen to learn how the Trial Dialogue works and how to use it in your next case!
We’ve added a new coach to the SariDLM team: Coach Joonho Hong!
In this podcast episode we learn a little bit about Joon, how he stalked Sari, and why he’s gone “all in” with SariDLM.
We’ll also talk about something Joon is passionate about: creating habits that support him (and you!) as a trial lawyer.
Give this podcast a listen to learn the three truths about creating habits that LAST.
Trial law is a creative practice.
And sometimes it’s difficult to feel creative.
This is precisely why you must claim your identity as an artist and live into what it truly means to live a creative life.
In this podcast episode I give you three ways to start treating yourself as an artist and taking your trial practice to the next level.
Sari de la Motte is the host of "From Hostage to Hero." She has been dubbed the "Attorney Whisperer" because of her unique ability to help attorneys communicate their true selves.