4 Myths that Keep Attorneys from Building a Referral Based Practice

The Holy Grail of business development for law firms is referrals. Every attorney seeks to have a referral based practice. However, many attorneys seem to spend their entire professional career trying to create the perfect practice with little results to show for it.

At The Rainmaker Institute we have helped over 6,000 attorneys uncover the myths and discover the secrets to building a referral-based practice. This is the first in a series of articles on referrals and I would like to focus on some commonly held myths about building a referral based practice for attorneys.

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