This Is The One Thing Successful People Do Every Single Day!

I’ve been around some of the most successful people on the planet. This is the one thing they all consistently do each and every day.

It’s not complicated but most people just don’t take the time to do this one thing. Will you?

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New Recommendation from Tyler Anderson, CEO of Casual Fridays

Thank you for the kind words my friend.

“Mitch Jackson is hands down one of my favorite people in the industry. I first met Mitch in 2014 when he attended my event Social Media Day San Diego. I knew Mitch from afar and had always respected his approach and expertise in the digital space. Since then, we’ve developed a solid friendship, and I consider him one of the most respected thought-leaders in our industry. So much so, Mitch is one of the people I turn to speak at my events on digital marketing, strategy, and of course, anything legal with digital marketing.” -Tyler Anderson

Tyler Anderson is the founder and chief strategy officer of Casual Fridays, a leading digital & social media marketing agency trusted by some of the biggest brands in the hospitality, tourism, non-profit, education, and entertainment industries.

More social media/digital recommendations here and LegalMinds mastermind member testimonials here. To see traditional client and lawyer recommendations here. Thanks!

Time Flies!

Four years ago after finishing a pre-trial Settlement Conference down at the Orange County Superior Court, a young man stopped me in the hallway and asked if he could ask a legal question.

I had a couple of minutes and said, “Sure, what can I do for you?”

Once we were done, he thanked me for answering his question and getting him going in the right direction. He then asked, “How long have you been practicing law.”

I answered, “Well, my partner, Lisa, and I have been lawyers for about 30 years. We’ve pretty much seen it all.”

On my drive back to the office, I thought about his question a bit more. I ran the numbers for both of us later that day, and what I saw caught me by surprise:

      • 124,800 hours of combined experience practicing law (this was a conservative estimate, and the real number is much more);
      • 2,640 hours of combined court and jury trials. This number jumps up to 5,200+ if you take pre-trial preparation into consideration;
      • 2,000 hours of combined mediations and arbitrations (again, probably more).

Because almost half a decade has passed since I was asked this question, these numbers are even higher today.

What are your numbers? Regardless of who you are or what you do for a living, how much time have you put into your craft, education, job or profession?

It’s crazy when you really think about it but time really does fly!

Mitch

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