What is Intentional Spontaneity?

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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How to Communicate, Persuade, & Close like an Experienced Trial Lawyer

It was fun being on Bella Vasta’s podcast. She did a great job of getting me to share some of my best communication and negotiation tips to help her audience close more deals. Now, you can listen too. Enjoy and please share if you believe this episode adds value!

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In addition to Bella’s new podcast episode, I also dropped a new YouTube video on the same topic. You can watch it here 😉

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5 Steps To Closing Your Next Deal!

I use these 5 steps in trial (during opening statement, witness examination, and closing argument) to win million-dollar cases. You can use the same steps when promoting and selling your products and services.

See all steps on this Twitter thread

Listen in this audio on LinkedIn

Persuasion in the Courtroom and on Social Media

Good trial lawyers know that giving a great opening statement or, an effective closing argument, involves more than simply sharing the facts and evidence.

They know that to build trust and be persuasive, they must weave the facts and evidence into an interesting and sometimes entertaining story that in the end, adds meaning and value as to why everyone is in the courtroom.

Respecting the time and attention of your jury is critically important. Making sure your presentation is timely, relevant, and strategically transparent is not an option. Doing so builds rapport and trust. Empowering your jury to take that next step, that desired action, will all but guarantee a win for your client.

Creating and sharing content on social media involves the same strategy.

Just like a lawyer in court, your content must be relevant and interesting. It must be timely and in most cases, entertaining.

Strive to create and deliver content in your own unique way and in your own voice. Depending on the circumstances, add the right amount of emotion and in the end, you’ll be creating memorable content that others will talk about, share, and take action on.

I hope you found this approach useful 😉

Mitch