Have you been told you need to build trust with jurors to get them to vote your way?
What you need is permission.
What’s permission and how do you get it? Give the podcast a listen to find out.
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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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My From Hostage to Hero FB Live from Wednesday 05/08/19 has been uploaded as a bonus podcast episode on the From Hostage To Hero Podcast. This week we discussed why your opening is only as good as your voir dire and how they work together for trial success.
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My FB Live that I did in my From Hostage to Hero Facebook Group on Wednesday 03/27/19 has been uploaded as a bonus podcast episode on the From Hostage to Hero Podcast. This week we talked about Issue vs Relationship. Which is more important during voir dire? What should you start with? Which approach will serve you better?
My special FB Live from Thursday 03/21/19 has been uploaded as a bonus podcast episode on the From Hostage To Hero Podcast. This week we discussed why it's important to stop looking for your "bad" jurors and how to create an ideal juror profile instead.
In this episode, we're going to talk about why you need to stop focusing on kicking jurors off, and instead begin focusing on what jurors you want on.
When you're up against a hostile room of people who don't want to be there, you need real strategies that get results. Welcome to From Hostage to Hero, the show that gives you practical advice you can use right now in the court room, boardroom, or classroom. Learn how to move your unwilling audience to one that is invested in what you're saying, eager to participate and engaged in the process. Learn from the Attorney Whisperer herself, your host, Sari de la Motte.
Sari de la Motte:
Well, hello trial attorneys. Thanks for tuning in, and today we're going to talk about why you need to stop focusing on kicking jurors off, and instead begin focusing on what jurors you want on. In the last several podcasts, we've gone over the five Ps and the how you reverse the threat from SCARF, SCARF being the model that David Rock talks about in his book, Your Brain at Work. He was not speaking of juror specifically or jury selection. It's when I went and looked at that model and thought, "Oh my goodness, this applies across the board to jurors."
Sari de la Motte is the host of "From Hostage to Hero" and has been dubbed the "Attorney Whisperer" because of her unique ability to help attorneys communicate their real selves.