Doctor, Author Of New Book, Teaches Trial Lawyers Sports Psychology Techniques And Mental Toughness Skills

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Like world-class athletes, trial lawyers can benefit from being calm, focused, confident and optimistic when they go to court or when they are involved in tough negotiations. Dr. Granat is offering the same kinds of seminars and coaching that he has offered to many world class atheltes to law firms, bar associations, law schools and institutes for continuing legal education.

Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. author of a new book, Get Into The Zone In Just One Minute and Founder of is now providing seminars and coaching to lawyers, to law students, to bar associations, to law firms and to institutes for continuing legal education. Dr. Granat, who has coached many world class athletes is showing members of the legal profession how they can be calm, focused, confident, and in control when they enter a courtroom, a media interview or a challenging negotiation.

Like world class athletes, trial lawyers can benefit from "being in the zone." In the same way that top athletes know how to mentally and physically prepare for a big event, attorneys need to know how to get psychologically ready for the intense pressure and competition that takes place in court rooms around the world every day.

Attorneys, like professional athletes, are always searching for an edge or an advantage when they present their cases and when they need to successful battle their adversaries. In addition, they need to be confident and assertive when they interact with judges.

Some lawyers can get quite anxious when they are faced with an aggressive or unpleasant adversary. Other attorneys have difficulty presenting their cases as effectively as they would like to in front of juries which appear to be hostile or unfriendly.

"Some years ago, a young trial attorney came to talk to me because shewas getting quite anxious when she had to go to court. In a short period of time,he learned how to manage her fears and he actually became quite aggressive in the court room, "says Granat.

After talking to Dr. Granat a few times another litigator remarked, "Do you know how great it feels to be psychologically and legally ready for trial. I know the facts, the law and I feel confident and ready to go now. .It's a super feeling to believe that you can do an outstanding job for your client when the pressure is on."

Dr. Granat, a psychotherapist who has written and lectured extensively on sports psychology, mental toughness and performance enhancement. He has coached top athletes, top ceo's and top achievers from around the world. He has appeared in The New York Times, Good Morning America and The BBC.

Dr. Granat has also developed a number of CD programs to help people to perform better at work, at sports and at school.

Granat, a former university professor is from a family of lawyers and judges. In the past, he consulted with many law firms on the psychology of practice development. He was featured in The New York Law Journal, Legal Economics,The National Law Journal and many other prestigious legal publications. He has lectured to Institute of Continuing Legal Education and
to several bar associations.

Get Into The Zone In Just One Minute: Twenty-One Ways To Improve Your Performance, published by World Audience, is now available at and it will be available at shortly.

Lawyers, law firms, institutes for continuing legal eduation and law schools that want more information about Dr. Granat's seminars, coaching and his products can reach him at 888 580-ZONE.


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