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To anyone on Twitter, raise your hand if you don’t pay attention to your number of followers. No matter how not vain you claim to be, your follower number is something that tugs oh-so-gently at your consciousness.
Take a moment and consider the following:
1. What drives me?
2. What is my purpose for being a lawyer?
3. What is my purpose in life?
4. Am I happy?
5. Why did I go to law school?
6. Am I making a difference...more
One of the easiest ways to continue the momentum after successfully engaging a client is to thoroughly automate the client service process.
This not only ensures you are continuing the WOW experience after your initial...more
In continuing our series on client engagement, we are covering how your intake process (or lack thereof) affects the number of prospects—and eventually paying clients—who make it into your office each month.
If you’re like most lawyers, your marketing budget runs on average of $2,000- 4,000 a month. This might include everything from direct mail to email marketing, Google adwords campaigns, ads in local publications or seminars...more
The ABA's Solosez listserv is chock full of conversation, but reading from it can be like drinking from a firehose. Here, business development advisor Larry Bodine captured a discussion entitled, "Mistakes I've Made Setting...more
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