It was my honor to be a guest on episode #27 of Bryan Kramer’s “Humanly Possible” podcast. The theme of Bryan’s show is to share stories about small shifts that make an epic difference
During my episode, I shared several moments/shifts in my life that I’ve never talked about before. They were truly “life changing” and helped me move forward in my life and legal career. I think these concepts will help you too. Enjoy!
During the conversation, Bryan shared powerful tips to help you connect in 2021 in a more “human to human way” and the questions you need to ask yourself, and team, to get there. Literally things you can change and do in an afternoon (most people don’t know where to start).
Mitch suggested we all snap our fingers and IMMEDIATELY disrupt or shift our habits and patterns. He shared a few specifics. For example, instead of watching the news on television or, scrolling through social media first thing in the morning, get up early and watch the sunrise or go for a walk or run. Explore a new hobby, interest or passion (learn a new language, musical instrument or start a new business) with a little daily effort [hint- keep it fun and easy- don’t put too much pressure on yourself]. Little things like this, done daily, can result in huge long-term improvement and happiness. Mitch also just shared, “9 Ways to Enjoy the Holidays without Stress (especially if you’re working from home).”
It was a pleasure assisting Purematter, an award winning marketing agency, with its business litigation needs. As much fun as it is to livestream on social media, it’s even more enjoyable to help great people and companies get the results they’re looking for in the traditional offline legal world. As such, I’m glad we were able to help and humbled to receive this testimonial from CEO Bryan Kramer:
“Mitch Jackson is the anomaly. His approach is open and empathetic, yet determined at every turn to bring a conclusion to the case. I always felt educated about the status and that decisions were being made together. Having a guide like Mitch through the legal system isn’t just necessary, it’s critical.”