Let’s Connect on Social!

I’d enjoy connecting with you on your favorite platforms. Most of my social media and live streaming links are here and also starting to use #MitchStream on the platforms!

Connect with Streaming Lawyer on Social Media

11 Steps To a Successful Periscope

Here are 11 steps that I’ve watched some of the best users of Periscope do on a consistent basis. I hope you find these tips useful. If so, please share using the buttons below!

Click here or on the image below to watch the recorded Periscope!


7 Mistakes People Make On Live Streaming

Here’s my take on 7 common mistakes I see people make on live streaming. FYI, I’m guilty of making each of these mistakes on a weekly basis and so I think it’s safe to say I’m sharing from experience 🙂

During today’s show, I also share seven very special people who I recommend that you follow on Periscope to get a better idea of how to use these various live streaming platforms.

Click here or on the image below to watch today’s #Periscope and learn more about these 7 mistakes and how to avoid them.
7 Mistakes People Make on Live Streaming

A Powerful Negotiation Tip

Successful negotiation is often times a dance. In my popular Slideshare, “A Trial Lawyer’s Negotiation Secrets- Three decades of tips and approaches” (26,000 views and counting), I share all of my secret sauce when it comes to negotiating million dollar cases for my clients. You can use the same tips and approaches to close your next deal.

In today’s Periscope, I share one of the most powerful things you need to learn how to do when it comes time to negotiate something important in your life. Click here or below and take a look. Let me know what you think 🙂

Mitch Jackson Negotiation Tips

Expert commentary re the new Apple TV and Periscope App

What YOU need to know about the new #Apple TV #Periscope App w/ social media expert, TylerAnderson of CasualFridays and yours truly. Monday at 4pm PST (7pm ET) on Blab.

Click here or on the image below to watch!



How to answer the question, “Can I have a minute of your time?”

When someone asks, “Can I just have a minute?” say “NO”.

You’re time is limited and “a minute of your time” usually turns into a 10 or 20 minute experience. There’s a better way for both you and the person asking the question. Click here or on the image to learn more…