$400 “Legal Help” Give-A-Way aka Heart Me Up on Periscope :-)

Just having some fun and offering a free half-hour consultation in exchange for you sharing this show and hearting it up!

The give-a-way has a value of $400 and is valid only in states that allow for this kind of thing. No legal advice is being given but tons of value will be shared.

If you are selected, you may use the consultation or give it to a family member or friend. Click here or on the image to watch today’s Periscope.


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And the winners are…

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Trial Lawyer Tip: Testimony From Witness Stand, Repeat Using Graphic, and Repeat Again From Witness Stand

Use this technique to give your witness an opportunity to hammer home his or her opinion to the jury.

After your direct examination, invite your witness to step down and walk over to an exhibit. Ask similar, but different, questions covering the same important topics and allowing the witness to use the diagram to hammer your point home.

More tips at TrialLawyerTips.com

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Trial Lawyer Tip- Repetition

Flor McCarthy- Irish Lawyer and Author

Great chat today with friend, Flor McCarthy. Flor’s written an outstanding new book titled, “The Solicitor’s Guide to Marketing and Growing a Business- How to turn your legal practice into a financial success.

Enjoy our chat on Spreecast and Meerkat!

Flor McCarthy and Mitch Jackson

You can connect with Flor via his law firm and get his new book here.

3 Keys To Creating an Outstanding First Paragraph in Your Blog Post

Use these 3 keys to create an outstanding first paragraph in your next blog post. Also use this approach the next time you have to make a sales pitch or present your thoughts to an audience (I share a little tip I’d add if  your doing an oral presentation)

Click here or on the image to watch the short video

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To connect with Brian Fanzo on Twitter, click here. To watch Marcus’ video click here.

A related post you may enjoy from MitchJackson.com (my Trial Lawyer Communication Tips Blog) is “3 Ways To Start Your Speech”