What?! An upside to being arrested?
No, this isn’t a typo. If you are willing to put in the effort, you can use this experience improve your quality of life, not just for right now, but for the rest of your life. This was true when I was arrested for a DUI 20 years ago and it has been true for the majority of the people my firm has helped over the past 12 years, and it is true for you too. This upside of an arrest is why we’ve created Window of Clarity and we have over 250 people successfully change their lives after a DUI arrest.
The trauma, fear and uncertainty you are going through right now creates the core of an opportunity for you – being arrested pulls you out of your everyday routine and allows you see your life in a big-picture way. You know you never want to be here again, and that clarity brings an understanding that you need to change some things about your life to make it work better for you. We have found that this window of clarity lasts about 30 days before you start to close up again and go back to the way of thinking that got you arrested in the first time.
How does Window of Clarity work?
Making these positive changes sounds simple, and it is, but it isn’t easy. I’ve seen so many folks struggle and ultimately squander this opportunity that I created a four-week coaching program to help people like you – people who are ready to make changes – by giving them a structured framework to build from. This framework, and the coaching, encouragement and accountability that comes with it, is called Window of Clarity, formerly known as Blue Binder Project, and it exists for the same reason professional athletes have coaches – to help you get the most out of yourself.
Doing this work may also help you get a better result on your criminal case. When you complete Window of Clarity, you give us a full toolbox to use on your behalf throughout the court process. Most people charged with crimes don’t ever do the type of work that we ask of you in Window of Clarity, so by completing this work, we can show the judge and prosecutor that you are a person who is committed to improving your life, and by extension, you are committed to never finding yourself before the judge again.