A Practical Approach to the Art of Persuasion by David Sarnacki
Let's face it, we all can get rusty sometimes, especially when it comes to the more subtle skills in life, such as persuasion. It's helpful to be able to quickly review the finer points in order to stay on top of your game. David Sarnacki has crafted a powerful reminder of the fine art of persuasion with his A Visual Refresher Course on Courtroom Persuasion. This is a must-have book for every attorney looking to stay sharp during litigation. Order your copy today!
Think and argue to win two-sided argumentation
Craft a powerful core message
Develop something meaningful to say using the principles and art of persuasion
Apply the tools of argument into effective trial techniques
How to become the guiding advocate
How to skillfully make memories at trial
Known for his amazing cool under fire and incredible presence in the courtroom, David Sarnacki has been practicing divorce and family law for over 35 years. His skills in the art of persuasion are top-notch, and the results he garners for his clients simply can't be beat. He has published hundreds of works on law-related topics, and he loves imparting his advice to you. Learn more about the art of persuasion, and purchase this book today!
"Even after 45 years of trial practice, I find David's book to be a refreshing reminder of what is important in persuasion, and what is not."
STEPHEN R. DREW
"This compelling book will make you a better advocate whether you are at the beginning of your legal career or near the end."
"For litigators, the benefit of having someone else do all of the analysis and distillation of complicated thoughts into a quintessential simple outline form is invaluable."
THOMAS L. SAXE
"Saracki reminds us as to the importance of knowing your case, both the strong and weak arguments, and making a compelling and persuasive presentation."
JENNIE BOLDISH BRYAN
"This terrific book is… so accessible and insightful, with 'easy on the eyes' diagrams for best practices in effective courtroom persuasion, including healthy doses of inspiration from Atticus Finch to Dr. King."
MELVIN BUTCH HOLLOWELL