Failure? Again? Sheesh, that seems to be all I talk about.
Yeah, but it's SUPER IMPORTANT not to just be willing to fail, but to feel into your failure.
Give this episode a listen to learn more. More episodes on iTunes or on your preferred podcast app.
What's a devil's advocate question? How do you use it? Why is it important?
This podcast episode will answer those questions and more.
If you're having trouble figuring out how to deal with defense arguments in your voir dire or wondering how to test whether jurors really believe what they say they do, you've GOT to have the devil's advocate question in your repertoire.
Check out this episode to learn more. More episodes at www.saridlm.com, on iTunes or on your preferred podcast app
As humans, we're ALL about beginnings and endings. When should I start a diet? Monday, of course. What's the best part of running a marathon? The end, duh.
This preference for beginnings and endings, however, causes you to miss out on the most important part: the middle.
The magic is in the middle. Whatever goal you have, whatever it is you're trying to achieve, the journey to your destination is where it's at, not the end result.
Give this episode a listen to find out why the magic is in the middle and how you can embrace the journey instead of the destination.
Presenting in the courtroom carries with it a million tasks that can be overwhelming both for you and for the jury. More often than not, you’re overcomplicating things.
Would you be surprised to hear that there are really only three things that you need to do in trial? Recognizing that will help you simplify and get intentional.
Give this podcast a listen to learn what the three things are and how to approach them efficiently. You can listen on iTunes or on your preferred podcast app.
My FB Live from Wednesday 08/28/19 has been uploaded as a bonus episode on the From Hostage To Hero Podcast. This week we discussed "Why You Should Let Jurors Control Voir Dire."
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.