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Don’t you just crave a fool-proof system to help you conquer trial preparation, regardless of how many people you have on your team? In my recent experience assisting a group of lawyers, it was evident that the make-or-break in their case was a robust method of prioritization and delegation. 

In this episode, we dig deep into the mechanisms of planning, organizing, and executing tasks effectively when prepping for a trial. I’m sharing crucial insights on how prompt decision-making and appropriate workload distribution can significantly amplify the results at the end of the day. I’m also teaching you how to assemble a top-notch trial team, even when you’re flying solo. Drawing upon my own experiences, I can’t stress enough the importance of knowing your abilities and limitations, seeking help when needed, and nailing your opening statement well in advance. 

Plus, I’m giving you a real-world example of a recent trial I was involved in, illustrating the essence of time and why defining roles and prioritizing tasks early are so critical. No matter the size or scope of your team, this episode aims to equip you with the essential tools and strategies to streamline your trial preparation process. 

In this episode, you will hear:

  • Prioritizing and delegating tasks for trial preparation to excel
  • Taking time to make prioritization decisions before deadlines
  • Building a successful trial team

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