TWO DAY COURSE
"I thought we had a jury that could look beyond performance."
Jeff Ashton, Lead Prosecutor for Casey Anthony, on why he lost his case.
Building on techniques learned in Day One, Day Two provides a more in-depth and personalized focus on success in the courtroom.
1: OVERCOMING THE FEAR
This section teaches the specific formula to having total control in front of an audience by breaking through the inhibitions that have kept many people from excelling in every area of their professional and personal lives.
2: PROBLEM SOLVING
This section provides a unique, personal formula to overcoming the discomfort that many of us frequently feel when we’re put in a position of having to speak in public. You will learn how to address obstacles in your past and present everyday life that leads to and feeds the fear that prevents you from excelling in every area of your personal and professional life.
3: INFLUENCE vs. MANIPULATION
This section discusses how to recognize personality types. This can be used for jury selection, examination, cross examination, and depositions because connection with people is crucial. You will learn techniques of influence and why manipulation doesn't have to be a dirty word.
The way most people memorize is inefficient and ineffective. In this section you will acquire the ability to memorize quickly so that you can effortlessly focus on the quality of the content of your opening and closing statements.
5: TOOLS OF COMMUNICATION
Most people believe what they see over what they hear. Learning to communicate nonverbally is essential to being believable. This section teaches you to communicate with tools other than just your voice.
6: STATEMENT DEVELOPMENT
In this section, you will learn how to write effective opening and closing statements by not only focusing on performance, but also concentrate on delivering quality content that will resonate and be retained by your audience.