Snapchat is now the closest thing to reaching out physically taking a client’s hand and bringing him or her into your business life. If we’re not already connected, click here or add me using the above code or manually via Mitch Jackson aka CA_Lawyer.
Today on Blab, we’ll be sharing different ways you can use the new #Snapchat Chat 2.0 to connect with clients and build your business. The show is live at 1pm PST (4pm ET) and will recorded and available via the same link
Click here to join us, ask questions and let us know how you’ll be using the new Shapcat to add value, help others and build your business.
This week on TheShow.Live we chatted with Malia Probst, host of the Real Virtual Show, about the new world of mixed reality technology. Whether you know it or not, this new technology is going to be a game changer unlike any other we’ve seen or experienced as human beings!
Why am I so excited about VR? Well, watch this week’s recorded show and find out for yourself!
This morning’s related live stream on #Periscope and recorded on Katch. Please note that real-time shows can be watched at MitchJackson.live (currently available for 24 hours)
Great being part of this value packed “How to use #Periscope” interview with Dublin, Ireland’s very own Krishna De. Click here to listen!
Works at KrishnaDe.com I Krishna.me I CircleKrishna.com
Lives in Dublin, Ireland
“When it comes to storytelling, not taking risks is riskier than swinging for the fences. I have very simple ambitions when it comes to taking risks in storytelling and programming. I try very hard to avoid the expected” –David Nevins
Using storytelling in business builds rapport, helps you make your point and closes deals. Trying my cases through the art of storytelling is one reason I’ve been able to get million dollar verdicts for my clients.
When telling stories in business and law to close deals and win cases, there is one mistake I see people make over and over. In today’s #Snapchat story (I’m CA_Lawyer), I share this mistake and show you how to avoid making it yourself.
What are nondisclosure agreements? Why should you use them?