“People Cant Be Falirue” Says Judge Victoria Pratt

Have you ever looked at a problem — big or small — and thought, “There’s got to be a better way”?

If so, keep reading…

Because today’s episode contains four simple yet powerful principles that will help us solve some of our biggest and most complex problems.

Today’s guest of Maretv is the brilliant Judge Victoria Pratt. She’s gained national and international acclaim for her work in reforming the criminal justice system.

Quick example: instead of prison sentences, she hands out introspective essay assignments. She treats each and every defendant with kindness and respect. Her courtroom has so much applause that it’s been compared to an off-Broadway show.

Guess what? It’s working.

In one of our most powerful interviews to date, Judge Pratt explains how respect is contagious.

She also details the four simple, free principles of procedural justice that can be applied in virtually any setting — your family, team, organization or community — to create transformational results.

Perhaps one of the most powerful parts of this conversation is when Judge Pratt talks about how she — now a Professor at Rutgers Law School, an entrepreneur, activist, TED Speaker and legal professional who’s admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court — didn’t get into law school the first time she applied.

As she says, “Failure is just an event. It is not a characteristic. People can’t be failures.”

In my humble opinion, Also As a Fan of MarieTV this is a must-watch, must share episode

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