The 8 Fundamentals of Powerful Communication

Date: Available 24/7 CLE Credits: 2 General

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Course Description

This course was recorded live on October 3rd, 2017

This “Tell The Winning Story” presentation takes attorneys on an epic journey
through Emotional Connection; to themselves, their clients, as well as judge and jury. On this journey, I use the framework of a 3 Act play to anchor each concept and tie each to tangible and practical trial skills that greatly enhance the attorneys’ ability to create and convey powerful case narratives in the courtroom. The program provides a broader context for each concept and skill by connecting a consistent and coherent case narrative from pre-trial, jury selection, openings, direct and cross-exam, and closing arguments. From the presentation, attorneys get a new appreciation for their own trial skills, the importance their work has on their client’s lives and future, and the impact they can make in the courtroom, as well as in their own personal lives.

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  • Jesse Wilson
    Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA (about five minutes away from the Hollywood sign), I am the CEO and Founder of Tell The Winning Story. Integrating the best of cutting edge self-empowerment programs, business presentation skills, transformational leadership and healing arts principals, plus over 20 years of working in the theater, Tell The Winning Story is a success tool for Lawyers, Leaders, Veterans, Athletes, Artists, Teachers, Entrepreneurs, and all who defy titles looking to give their peak performance in every area of their lives. I have applied my communication skills in prisons, courtrooms and boardrooms, and have studied how stories can affect audiences in extremely powerful ways when the presenter is tuned into their greatest source of power and living their own greater story. 

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      • 2 General Credits
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    1. ACT​ ​I​ ​-​ ​“Self-Connection”
      1. Introduction to the 4 Steps of The Monologue
      2. Identifying Conflict as an Ally in your Case Narrative
      3. “Flipping the script” on the internal and external elements that keep you from not just discovering but telling the winning story
      4. Defining “The Crossroad”
      5. Discover and utilize the balance of opposites (the shifting of each scene’s “positive/negative” values) in building a stronger narrative and audience connection.
      6. Defining “the stretch…” in a memorable character, your client, and you.
    2. ACT II - “Client Connection”
      1. “The Client’s Story”
      2. The value of the “Winning Story vs The Whining Story!”
      3. Getting the client out of the Victim Trap and taking them from Victim to Victor!
    3. ACT III - “Audience Connection”
      1. Application of the 4 Steps of the Monologue to Audience Connection
      2. How to prepare the client and witnesses to be seen in their best light

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