How To Monetize Livestreaming

I’m honored to be presenting at the very first  “MONETIZE Livestreaming NOW” virtual summit. Together with other experts from around the country, we’ll show you how we’re using live video in our business models to help clients, customers and generate revenue. There will be a presentation for everyone so stop by (it’s FREE) and pinpoint those approaches and opportunities best suited for YOU.

Click here to reserve your seat today!

Les Brown and Craig Valentine’s New Course (discount ends today!)

As many of you know, I attribute a great deal of my speaking and storytelling success in the courtroom to hard work and many of the approaches I’ve learned from the 1999 World Champion of Public Speaking, and friend, Craig Valentine.

Today, Craig Valentine has teamed up with the world’s most renowned motivational speakers, Les Brown, to bring you their brand new “Legendary Speaking Course” which shows you a storytelling system that for the lawyers in my community, will help you make a powerful impact with your judges and juries resulting in better results for your clients. For the non-lawyers in my tribe, I’m talking about methods and approaches that will substantially improve your on and offline sales and storytelling speaking techniques resulting in more sales, opportunities and profits in 2021 and beyond.

For a limited period of time (ends today), you can get Les and Craig’s new course at a substantial discount. Regardless of who you are or what you do, if you want to improve your storytelling and speaking abilities, check out their new course. All the details are here!

Clio Cloud Conference 2020

I’ll be presenting along with Seth Godin, Angela Duckworth, Ben Crump, Clio Founder Jack Newton and others, at this year’s virtual Clio Cloud Conference (October 13-16). Click here to learn more and join us!

Time Flies!

Four years ago after finishing a pre-trial Settlement Conference down at the Orange County Superior Court, a young man stopped me in the hallway and asked if he could ask a legal question.

I had a couple of minutes and said, “Sure, what can I do for you?”

Once we were done, he thanked me for answering his question and getting him going in the right direction. He then asked, “How long have you been practicing law.”

I answered, “Well, my partner, Lisa, and I have been lawyers for about 30 years. We’ve pretty much seen it all.”

On my drive back to the office, I thought about his question a bit more. I ran the numbers for both of us later that day, and what I saw caught me by surprise:

      • 124,800 hours of combined experience practicing law (this was a conservative estimate, and the real number is much more);
      • 2,640 hours of combined court and jury trials. This number jumps up to 5,200+ if you take pre-trial preparation into consideration;
      • 2,000 hours of combined mediations and arbitrations (again, probably more).

Because almost half a decade has passed since I was asked this question, these numbers are even higher today.

What are your numbers? Regardless of who you are or what you do for a living, how much time have you put into your craft, education, job or profession?

It’s crazy when you really think about it but time really does fly!

Mitch

BTW, if you need to find a lawyer, here are three good ways to find a great lawyer.

Grow with Video Conference

Join me next week at the “Grow With Video” virtual experience. This is the #1 video marketing conference for entrepreneurs in the world!

I go live for an hour on September 8th at 3:10 pm PDT. During my presentation, I’ll be sharing some of my best “how to” online video business/legal tips and answering questions in live Q&A.

See who else is speaking and, get all the details and digital tickets here!

 

Navigating the Coronavirus as a public speaker with Mitch Jackson

In this special episode of World of Speakers (iTunes podcast), Mitch and Ryan Foland discuss COVID-19, or the Coronavirus, and what implications it can have for speakers, events, and attendees. They will explore what your rights are, what to do moving forward, and the importance of remaining human during such troubling times. Click here to listen.

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Related post: CORONAVIRUS, CONFERENCES, AND LIABILITY- Tips for Speakers, Event Holders, and Attendees

CORONAVIRUS, CONFERENCES, AND LIABILITY- Tips for Speakers, Event Holders, and Attendees

If you’re an individual or company that owns, manages, or controls a conference or event, you owe everyone involved, a legal duty of due care not to subject attendees, speakers, and those working at the event, to an unreasonable risk of harm. What this means is that you have an obligation to provide a safe conference environment and, to warn people of known or reasonably discoverable dangerous conditions.

I did a quick search in CaseText (AI based legal research service) and instantly found thousands of cases where conferences and events have been held liable for subjecting people to an unreasonable risks of harm. Full transparency, I’m a brand ambassador for CaseText because it’s awesome!

Just like the cases I found where conferences were held liable for exposing their attendees to dangerous conditions, I think the same argument applies to those conferences that create an environment that exposes people to unhealthy situations, including harm or death from the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

And I’m not alone. For both legal, ethical and health safety reasons, thousands of small and large conferences around the world have been delayed or canceled because of the Coronavirus.

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s rescheduling of his Sports and Fitness Festival is a good example of what’s happening right now. Watch the video.

On Friday, the City of Austin cancelled the March SXSW event. Here’s a list from Thursday’s USA Today, sharing other canceled or rescheduled events.

Continue reading “CORONAVIRUS, CONFERENCES, AND LIABILITY- Tips for Speakers, Event Holders, and Attendees”

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

“10 Legal Strategies to Protect Agencies and Social Media Managers”

This will be good. Join some of the top digital and social media experts for Social Success Summit 2.0!” I’ll be sharing, “10 Legal Strategies to Protect Agencies and Social Media Managers.”

It’s FREE and all sessions drop November 13th so you can binge-watch at your leisure! Grab your seat: https://agorapulse.heysummit.com

#AgorapulseSummit #digitalmarketing #attorney #lawyer

This Made Me Smile. Want Someone New For Your Audience?

I really enjoy sharing legal and biz tips, on platforms and with communities, that have nothing to do with the law. There’s so much we can all learn from each other. Want to book an interview? I’m right here!