Two podcast episodes ago, I talked about how you need to stop trying to become someone else in court and instead just be yourself.
But then someone asked, "But what if I'm not likeable?"
Ah...likeability. The holy grail of "personality traits" for trial attorneys.
It may not be as important as you think.
Give a listen to this podcast to learn more.
If you liked this episode topic, check out these others:
- Episode #75 – Integration: Stop Trying to Be Someone Different in Court
- Episode #111 – Asking “What If?” Here’s How to Change the Question
- Episode #156 – Why Are You Making Excuses for Yourself?
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