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Do you feel stuck in a case? Would you like a quick way to get moving? In this episode, I’m giving you two quick, efficient focus groups setups that will get you moving on your case today. 

One of the biggest questions that I get when talking to other lawyers about focus groups is what focus groups they should do right now. Now, there are lots of different ways to answer that question. 

But first, what is the problem that you’re trying to solve right now? And if it feels like you’ve got too many problems you’re trying to solve, that’s okay. Today, let’s jump into two great focus groups setups that you can use right now that can have a major impact on your case.

These are focus groups that are going to give you new ideas and a new perspective. You’re probably going to get some answers that you like and that you don’t like. But all in all, it’s going to give you some feedback. 

Then you can move the case forward, whether that’s in the form of getting some ideas and new avenues for discovery or some ideas for deposition questions, or maybe there’s a mediation coming up. 

Overall, these things are going to help you sleep better at night because you’re working on it and you’re preparing this case. You’re going to get many pieces of information that are really going to impact what you’re doing right now with the case.

In this episode, you will hear:

  • What is a snapshot focus group setup
  • How to put together a snapshot presentation and the best time to do it
  • What is an opening statement focus group setup
  • Gathering information from an opening statement setup
  • The benefits of these two setup groups

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