There is one trial skill that will take your trial practice to the next level. Mastering this skill has the capacity to change almost everything.
Want to know what it is?
Gotta give this episode a listen. You might be surprised.
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.
What does it mean to "own the space?"
And further, why is that important?
You might be surprised to learn it takes very little to communicate you are in command of the space.
Give the podcast a listen to find out how to command the space, and why it's important you do. You can listen on iTunes or on your preferred podcast app.
Can you accurately read the body language of jurors?
Depends what you're trying to "read."
There are two things you can read when it comes to juror body language.
You don't need to memorize hundreds of nonverbal cues in order to do this either.
Give the podcast a listen to find out how to read body language and let go of your stories about what it means.
Does body language really make a difference in trial?
You bet it does.
If you want to change your results, you must change your body language.
Great communicators not only have a variety of ways of communicating, they know what skill to use when.
Give the podcast a listen to find out why body language is so important and how you can be more purposeful in your own communication.
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.