I’m Using Lately (AI social media content creation platform)

Want to see something very cool? I’ve just added Lately to my social media content creation efforts. In fact, I’m so impressed with the platform that I agreed to become a brand ambassador 😉

Lately uses artificial intelligence to help my team create social media content from existing blog posts, podcasts and videos. As you can imagine, this saves us a ton of time.

See for yourself and get a special discount I negotiated for my community right here 😉

Discover why I wrote “The Ultimate Guide to Social Media” and created the “LegalMinds Mastermind”

We all do things for various reasons. In this podcast episode, I share exactly why I wrote my book (thank you to the 46 experts who contributed amazing chapters) and created my mastermind.

#hackinglegal #hackingsocial #hackinglife

“WordRake Makes Me a Better, Smarter and Faster Writer” -Mitch Jackson

WordRake is the first and only automated in-line editing software for professionals. This instant, intelligent and insightful service will make your writing better, smarter and faster.

Because I like this service so much, I agreed to be a brand ambassador for the company. See what all the excitement is about. Take 30 seconds and watch this video today!

There’s Nothing Else Like This on the Planet!


Here’s why we changed things up. Here’s how we made it better.

LegalMinds is where I show lawyers, professionals and other business owners, how to market their practices and build their brands using social media and live video. Please watch the video to find out what we just did.

Between now and then, I invite you to explore everything we talked about and reach out with questions.

Click here to learn more details and find out more by visiting the mastermind.

Also see our member testimonials and expert recommendations.

Thanks everyone!

Mitch

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The LegalMinds Mastermind

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CORONAVIRUS, CONFERENCES, AND LIABILITY- Tips for Speakers, Event Holders, and Attendees

If you’re an individual or company that owns, manages, or controls a conference or event, you owe everyone involved, a legal duty of due care not to subject attendees, speakers, and those working at the event, to an unreasonable risk of harm. What this means is that you have an obligation to provide a safe conference environment and, to warn people of known or reasonably discoverable dangerous conditions.

I did a quick search in CaseText (AI based legal research service) and instantly found thousands of cases where conferences and events have been held liable for subjecting people to an unreasonable risks of harm. Full transparency, I’m a brand ambassador for CaseText because it’s awesome!

Just like the cases I found where conferences were held liable for exposing their attendees to dangerous conditions, I think the same argument applies to those conferences that create an environment that exposes people to unhealthy situations, including harm or death from the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

And I’m not alone. For both legal, ethical and health safety reasons, thousands of small and large conferences around the world have been delayed or canceled because of the Coronavirus.

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s rescheduling of his Sports and Fitness Festival is a good example of what’s happening right now. Watch the video.

On Friday, the City of Austin cancelled the March SXSW event. Here’s a list from Thursday’s USA Today, sharing other canceled or rescheduled events.

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