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.
When it comes to jurors, we do a lot of taking.
But what do we give them? And why does that matter?
Give this podcast a listen to learn more.
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.
What do you mean “brain attack?” The jury selection process launches potential jurors into an absolute mental frenzy.
Fight or flight has been activated and they are hostages to the process.
But, there are five specific areas you MUST address in order to move them from this internal panic state to a space where they can show up as the heroes for your case.
Give this podcast a listen to learn how you can reverse the attack on the jurors’ brains. More episodes available at www.saridlm.com, on iTunes, or on your preferred podcast app.
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.
It's our 50th episode!
What is fueling your goals? Are you in a mad panic, rushing toward your intended outcome, or are you calmly taking action toward your goals while at the same time releasing your result?
It matters. A lot.
Give this podcast a listen to learn why. Subscribe and leave a review on iTunes, or on your preferred podcast app.
Group formation. It's a big deal. I talk about it a lot; here in the podcast and in the book.
But groups really only need one thing to form.
Give this podcast a listen to find out what it is.
I kinda love the word, but man, I hate the actual saboteur.
You know, that incessant voice in our heads that constantly gets in our way.
Here's the problem: we think that voice is us.
I love planning.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE planning.
Planning is only successful if you answer these five questions first.
Give this episode a listen to learn the five questions you should ask yourself as you go about planning your year.
If you're working hard to follow up with jurors in voir dire, you're working too hard.
There are really only three questions you need to follow up.
You're making it too hard my friends. It really is more simple than you think to follow up.
Give this episode a listen and put these three questions in your back pocket for the next time you're in 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.