Wednesday, April 29, 2009

More from Survivorman

While watching Survivorman the other day I caught a few more words of wisdom from Les Stroud: sometimes the best thing you can do when lost is to slow down and stop. Sometimes that means continuing the path you were taking, sometimes that means charting a new path and sometimes it means going backwards.

The same analogy can be applied to trial preparation. You may have developed a wonderful theme for your case along with an insightful story to tell -- but sometimes the facts take you in a different direction and the best thing to do is to stop and start anew.

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