I just released the Potent Speaking Strategybook, a five brief mini-sourcebook.
Here's a quick 2 min video to introduce you to it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBUm2WamohsThe briefs included are:
Abolish Plea Bargaining
Loser Pays Rule
Record Custodial Interrogations
SCOTUS Code of Ethics
SCOTUS Term LimitsThree ways to get it for free
1. Refer three friends. To start the process, go to http://potentspeaking.com/strategybook
. Click the "get it free" button and put in your email in the box. You'll get a popup with your unique link to send your friends. They also have to sign up via that same box. This counts even if you or your friends are currently subscribed, but please invite actual people instead of alternate email accounts. I already had someone try that.
2. Win a tournament. If you have won a debate tournament this competition season (Stoa or NCFCA), you can send a picture of the trophy/medal to email@example.com
and I'll immediately send you the strategybook for free.
3. Buy 10 hours of coaching. If you buy my largest coaching package, you get the strategybook for free. This is a more spendy option, but a good one if you planned to get some personalized coaching anyway. Check out what people have to say about my coaching services here: http://potentspeaking.com/coaching
. Pricing options
If you'd rather just buy it up front, it's really affordable. Each brief is $3 individually, or you can buy them all for $12. "I already have a brief on these cases"
As Regionals and Nationals come up, you'll want to have a better strategy against these cases than your current one. These briefs aren't just evidence bins. They are cohesive, pre-planned strategies that take a unique angle of attack on the cases covered. Even if you've beat the case before, the Affirmative team will be ready to take you on next time. You want to have a new approach, or else you'll get beat into the ground.
And at Nationals, teams will be running these cases better than you ever thought they could (trust me, I've experienced that sinking feeling). It's good to have a more powerful brief in your backpocket for that moment.