JDB 015: How to Build a Law Practice You Don’t Hate


Lawyer Blogging If you have been practicing law for any significant length of time you have had those days.  Those days (maybe weeks, months, years…) when you really don’t like what you do for a living.  There is no getting around it.  Law practice can be a very stressful way to make a living.

Deadlines.  Clients.  Judges.  Opposing attorneys.  All of this adds up to a whole bunch of pressure that keeps many attorneys up at night.  While I don’t believe this stress can be eliminated completely, I think a big part of the problem is lawyers practicing in areas or with people they simply don’t like.

In this episode of the JDBlogger Podcast I explore three ways you can build a law practice through content marketing and social media that you won’t despise.

Tools of the Trade

In this week’s episode of the podcast I unveil a new audio branding package that was created by Music Radio Creative.  I have completely revamped the intro and the outro to the podcast.  Mike and Izabela Russel are based in the United Kingdom and offer all kinds of audio products.   They do some of the best work out there and I have been completely thrilled with the audio they created for the JDBlogger Podcast.

If you are a podcaster or are thinking of starting your own show I would recommend giving the folks at Music Radio Creative a call and see what they can do to help you take your practice to the next level.


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