The world is on pause right now.
Whether it's pausing in a presentation, during voir dire, or in our lives, we tend to resist the pause.
That's a mistake.
Wisdom lives in the pause. And right now we have a huge opportunity to redirect our lives and live life on purpose.
But only if we lean into the pause.
Give this podcast a listen and learn more.
I've recorded a special podcast in light of the recent coronavirus outbreak and the fear it is creating.
Dudes, we've GOT this.
Give this podcast a listen and learn how we can emerge from this stronger than ever.
Your brain is under attack during jury selection too.
This also isn't good for you.
You must be able to reverse the attack jury selection creates for yourself before jury selection even begins.
Give this podcast a listen to learn how.
I've had enough.
I've had enough of hearing about why you can't do X, or why defense won't let you do Y.
Due to our fear of losing, we've let the defense win.
Let's take our power back, shall we?
Give this podcast a listen to learn how I've had enough and I hope you have too.
If you've been listening to the podcast, you know I'm all about thought work.
You can choose your thoughts, which means you can affect how you feel.
But that doesn't mean you'll never experience pain.
Pain is a part of life and knowing how to deal with will make a tremendous impact on your success in and out of court.
Give this episode a listen to learn about how you cause yourself unnecessary pain and what to do instead.
Do you know what you want?
Are you waiting until you have enough...experience, preparation, training, knowledge?
Are you willing to fail?
Wanting. Waiting. Willing. These three words hold the key to your success. Give this episode a listen to learn more.
Trial is an adversarial process, which means there’s a clear enemy.
The problem is, you believe the enemy is the jurors themselves.
Believing that jurors are the enemy will cause you all sorts of stress, worry, and take you off your game.
Jurors are not the enemy. Give the podcast a listen to learn how damaging this belief is to your trial practice. Learn ways to let go of this limiting belief and set yourself free once and for all.
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A juror scowls and crosses his arms.
So you should freak out, right?
You walk into the breakroom and two colleagues immediately stop talking.
They’re talking about you, right?
In today’s podcast, I explore Limiting Belief #3: My Stories are True.
Stories have the power to absolutely take you off your game both at trial and in life.
Give the podcast a listen to learn how to get a handle on your stories.
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There’s some great trial attorneys out there. They get big verdicts, have maybe even written a book or two, and it seems they never lose.
So you should try to be like them, right?
In today’s episode, I explore Limiting Belief #2: I Have to Be Like [Insert-Famous-Trial-Attorney-Here] to Win.
You don’t have to mimic the greats to win. You just have to learn how to fully and completely embrace your uniqueness and show the jury who you are.
Give the episode a listen.
Jurors are hostages.
But so are you.
Last week I talked about how you are a hostage to fear.
In today’s podcast, I explore Limiting Belief #1: There’s a “Right” Way to Do This.
Believing this really hampers you in court and in life. There’s a LOT of great info out there for trial attorneys, the danger is when you buy into one “technique” as THE RIGHT WAY TO DO THIS. "This," meaning trial.
Give the podcast a listen.
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.