Want Your Business To Be Successful In 2018? My 2 minute video shows you how!

Want to find success in your online and offline business in 2018? In less than two minutes, I share exactly what you need to know and do in this video.

Use existing tools (my favorite is livestreaming aka live video) and yes, keep your eyes open for early use opportunities. Millionaires and billionaires have built dynasties with far less that what everyone has available at their finger tips today!

My LegalMinds Mastermind: Lawyers and other professionals who are interested in learning more about how to properly use social media, live video, and expanding their brand from local to global should take a look at my mastermind at LegalMinds.lawyer (rates go up in 2018 so now is the time to become part of my mastermind community)

Thank you!

Mitch Jackson
The Streaming Lawyer

Livestreaming & Digital Media: 91 Predictions for 2018

Honored to be included along with so many friends in Ross Brand’s “Livestreaming & Digital Media: 91 Predictions for 2018”

If you want the inside scoop on what to expect in 2018, click here!

 

2017 predictions are here (it’s amazing how accurate most of these are!)

23+ Legal and Business Livestreaming Tips To Keep You Safe on Social Media!

Earlier today I joined Jennifer Quinn, author of “Leverage Livestreaming To Build Your Brand,” and we engaged in a rapid-fire back and forth covering 23+ legal tips to help livestreamers safely do business on the social media platforms.

Click here or on the image below to watch the video. Enjoy and reach out with any questions!


Get Jennifer’s new book. Click here!

Sexual Harassment on Social Media and the #MeToo Movement

Over the past three years, I’ve had about a dozen people reach out to me about being sexually harassed relating to their social media businesses and platforms. With more and more brave victims coming out to share their #metoo experience, I thought this post needed to get written.

Social media conference attendees have contacted me about after hours “one on one” business meetings turning into sexual assaults. Two spouses have reached out for help in protecting their rights after finding out their husbands went “Weinstein” at a conference. On the other side of the coin, I’ve also had multiple people reach out who were wrongfully accused of sexual harassment and assault at social media conferences.

While names like Weinstein, Franken, Moore, Trump, Louis C.K., Ratner, and Spacey (just to mention a few), are what most people hear each night on the evening news, I believe we have similar problems in our social media communities. Although I haven’t heard about anyone I know on social media being banned from the local mall, I am seeing some bad dudes doing bad things to women. I have a feeling you have too.

Sexual harassment in the workplace is a big deal. I also think it’s a problem for many people doing business on social media. Although the offline laws do not apply in the same way to this online misconduct, I don’t think it’s difficult to notice the similarities in the end result. Because I’ve always thought that conversation is good, I want to start a conversation and encourage more dialog with you about sexual harassment on our social media business platforms.

One more thing. Almost all of the incoming calls I get concerning sexual harassment involve female victims. As such, I’m writing this post with them in mind. Please keep in mind that I understand that anyone can become a victim when it comes to sexual harassment.

Also, please note that while I am a California lawyer, I’m not your lawyer. No legal advice is being given in this post. What I am trying to do is give you something to think about. I want to give you some ideas and tools to be part of the solution and to help fix this problem.

Continue reading “Sexual Harassment on Social Media and the #MeToo Movement”

Mitch Jackson Profiled at INC.com

“Mitch Jackson leveraged the power of social media and live streaming to take his brand from local to international. Here’s what you can learn from it.”

by Dakota Shane

When you hear the word ‘law’, a lot of things come to mind. More than likely, none of those things are the phrase ‘social media’, but that didn’t stop this California lawyer from using the power of social to take his firm from a local to an internationally recognized brand, and it shouldn’t stop you either.

Click here to read the full article at Inc.com

Speaking at the Clio Cloud Conference in New Orleans

Lisa and I had a fantastic time in New Orleans visiting with friends, enjoying good food and music, and speaking at the Clio Cloud Conference.

Our friend, Nicole Abboud of Abboud Media rocked the stage with a great presentation about millennials. Later that day, I also had the pleasure of presenting my thoughts about using VR, AR, MR and AI in litigation and trial. It was also great having dinner with LegalMinds mastermind member, friend, and fellow motocross rider, Thomas Wallin, and his wonderful friend Madison.

Several additional highlights for us included meeting and chatting with Preet Bharara and disability rights and global inclusion leader, Haben Girma. In addition to the pictures below, we shared a few personal memories on my Facebook page.

David Lat, the founder and managing editor of Above the Law wrote a wonderful overview of the #ClioCloud9 event titled, “4 Trends Shaping The Future Of The Legal Profession” (thanks David!).

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