Archive for October 2016

Happy Sunday everyone and welcome back. In this episode Patrick talks about motivations and the fact that we all start at the same place.

Have a great weekend. 

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Happy Friday everyone. We hit 40 episodes thanks to you. In this episode Patrick talks briefly about the clown problem this Halloween. He recommends a great book he just listened to on Audible, and recaps a show with friend Mitch Jackson. Mitch Jackson and Mike Bires host Lawandorder.live every week. Patrick was fortunate to co-host with Mitch Jackson on October 20th, and the topic was safety when it comes to online dating. To view the show follow the link:

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Hello everyone, and welcome back. In this episode Patrick talks about a formula that according to the great Dale Carnegie will work wonders for you. 

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Hello everyone and welcome back. In this episode Patrick interviews a very special guest. Her name is Jennifer Fitzgibbons, his wife. In the episode Jennifer talks about some of the challenges of being married to a law enforcement professional. She also talks about overcoming obstacles that come along with the job, and how to support our men and women in law enforcement. 

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Hello and welcome back. In this episode Patrick has Mitch Jackson on the show. Mitch is a successful trial lawyer in Orange County CA, and is part of the law firm Jackson & Wilson, Inc. Mitch has received numerous awards over the years including the prestigious CLAY (California Lawyer Attorneys of the Year) award for litigation in 2013. Mitch talks about the art of good communication, how to become more successful on social media and issues and possible solutions facing law enforcement.

Note: I apologize for the echos in the episode. New recording software that I am learning. 

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Hello everyone and welcome back. We all are busy with our professional lives. As criminal justice professionals we tend to get wrapped up with our everyday lives in our jobs. We need to take time and realize without our families (significant others, parents, brother and sisters) most of us wouldn't be where we are today. They often are the stability in our lives in a life of instability. We need to cultivate and nurture those relationships. 

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