Empower yourself to receive or reject your argument. Understand the justice of the case from all the parties’ perspectives. Learning when to argue is as important to winning as learning how to argue. I fear when my client’s justice is in the hands of a jury. The only power we have to change is ourselves, not our opponents.
Listen to voice that speaks to you, “You are all right. You are adequate. If you will your power in discovering and thereafter being who you are, if you will present yourself as genuinely as you can, if you will speak out your core, out of the innocent center, out of the place where the last remnant of the child abides, from which, indeed, all true power is born, it will be enough.” Then say one more thin: “I hereby give you the power to win.”
A great settlement is another tool for winning. Call 702.830.7070 if you were injured because of the carelessness of another so we can defend your civil injury rights. The above is from Gerry Spence’s How to Argue and Win Every Time pages 31, 36 and 202.