Cordell Parvin LLC

Law Firm Branding: Do Your Clients Understand Yours?

Quickly tell me what first comes to your mind when you think of your firm’s brand. Does the brand just communicate who you are or what you do or does it also convey what your clients will experience working with you? How do you…more
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Client Development: Create Habits

Are you afraid of any aspect of your client development? If so, read a recent Seth Godin’s blog: To overcome irrational fear… It is very short so take a look. He ends with: Habits are more powerful than fears. I agree. When I…more
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7 Weeks Client Development Class

I am taking an on-line Advanced Fiction Writing Class from University of North Texas. The cost of the course is $93. Today is my last class. Here is a link to the Course Syllabus. I like the concept. In May, I will begin two…more
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Law Firm Success: Getting Lawyers to Work Together to Build Your Firm

Professional services guru, David Maister, once wrote an article: Are Law Firms Manageable? He began: After spending 25 years saying that all professions are similar and can learn from each other, I’m now ready to make a…more
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Career and Life: Don’t be too content or too driven

I have coached well over 1000 lawyers. At one extreme I find it difficult to coach lawyers who are so content that they do not want to focus on getting better. At the other extreme, while I love coaching the most motivated…more
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Client Development Coaching: Make Sure and Cover These Topics

I was recently asked what I cover in client development coaching. It is really pretty simple at the broadest level. 1. How to put together a plan with goals and use your time wisely. Do you have a written plan with…more
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What You Want to Be

Short blog post today on self reflection and dealing with difficult times. I read a David Brooks New York Times column published last week: The Moral Bucket List and I just want to make sure you see it. In the column he talks…more
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5 Things Your Firm Can Do to Be More Successful

Greetings from Boca Raton where I am speaking today to construction lawyers. Let’s get right to the point: Law firms cannot control the economy and many other things, but there are things totally within a law firm’s control…more
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Traditions: Call Me Old Fashioned

Call me old fashioned, or maybe just nostalgic. I cherish traditions. Does your city have any? Does your law firm have any? I grew up in Lombard, Illinois, a Chicago suburb. Lombard is the Lilac Village and each year has a…more
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Client Development: Why Narrow Your Focus

This week I will make a presentation at the American Bar Association Forum on the Construction Industry Annual Meeting. My Topic: Professionalism and Client Development for Construction Lawyers – Old Tools/New Tools. As I…more
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Marketing For Young Lawyers: You Have to be Visible and Credible

On Monday I will be in one of my most favorite cities in North America: Montreal. As the website link puts it: Few cities can compete with Montréal’s mouthwatering mix of food, festivals and fun-centric living. …more
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Making Rain: Serving Rather Than Selling

Scott Funk is a Gray Reed & McGraw shareholder from Houston. One of the primary things Scott learned when I worked with him eight years ago was the importance of asking friends good questions, even if the friend was happy with…more
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Making Rain: Serving Rather Than Selling

Scott Funk is a Gray Reed & McGraw shareholder from Houston. One of the primary things Scott learned when I worked with him eight years ago was the importance of asking friends good questions, even if the friend was happy with…more
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Top 10 Indicators Client Development Coaching is Not for You

As you may know I began coaching lawyers on client development long ago when I was still practicing law. I have coached, mentored and taught younger lawyers my entire career. I have even coached lawyers who are older than I…more
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Client Development Coaching Webinar

I recently wrote: TOP SECRET: Why Client Development Coaching Works. Now, I want to share with you HOW to make it work most effectively and get the greatest return on your investment. I…more
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17304 Preston Rd. Suite 800
Dallas, TX 75252, United States

Contact: Cordell Parvin, Client Development Coach

  • (214) 866-0550
  • (214) 866-0331

Areas of Practice
  • Business Development
  • Career/Human Resources
  • Firm/Practice Management
  • Training & Education
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