Learn how to be “intentionally spontaneous” and the world is your oyster!
In this video, I share one of the most powerful methods I use to connect with my juries in court and, my audiences online. Give yourself permission to learn how to practice intentional spontaneity and you’ll close more deals and build better business relationships online and off.
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In life, there’s often quite a bit more to what first meets the eye. This verdict didn’t just happen because I spent two weeks in a jury trial. It happened because of the prior 25+ years of my life.
In the video, I share the details. I think the ideas and mindsets apply to most of us no matter what we do for a living.
This case started back in 1994 after my clients rejected a $1.00 settlement offer (that’s not a typo– it was a one dollar offer from the other side’s insurance company). Their son had been killed while riding his jet ski at Lake Havasu, after being struck head on by another watercraft. We we’re trying to settle a claim brought against the other driver/rider.
This case involved an incorrect/false police blood test report, and so much more. In the video, I share a few things I still think about to this day and, several good trial lawyer tips and strategies.
I’ll be sharing more trial lawyer war stories over the next several months. Don’t miss my next upload. Please stop by my law firm YouTube channel (different than my social media/video channel), subscribe and ring the darn bell. More life stories are on the way!
It was an honor helping this family find justice for the wrongful death of their son. I’m glad I can share part of their story with you.