You are your client's last hope.
If you don't get this right, they'll leave with nothing.
You've got to sacrifice everything when you become a trial attorney.
You are -not- your client's last hope, and thinking you are screws everything up.
You have to have strong boundaries in order to do this work; boundaries empower you and allows you to do your best job in the courtroom.
Listen to this podcast to learn more.
Regardless of your client's injury, they are perfect and whole, exactly the way they are.
Money doesn't heal. Helping your client reclaim their identity and live into their purpose is what makes a real difference.
Give this podcast a listen to learn the four things you can do to help empower your client and help them heal.
Broken backs, brain injuries, and missing limbs...let's face it; most plaintiffs appear 'broken.'
But they're not.
Most of you, when I ask about your client, tell me all the things they -can't- do. But seeing your client as broken has the ability to derail your case and ultimately hurt your client further.
Give this podcast a listen to learn more.
We all have values. Family, personal growth, professional development, work...amongst others.
Values are what help guide our life and our decision making.
But what do you do when you have to make a decision that pits two values against each other?
Listen to this podcast to learn how to make a decision when your values are competing with each other.
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.