We live in a society that gives great value to hustle culture. But when you keep going without pause, the energy you harness flows into the work you’re doing. This negative energy manifests in your body, spirit, and outcomes. It’s a disservice both to yourself and the people you’re serving. So take a pause and align your energy to be the best version of yourself. That’s when you become unstoppable.
In this episode, Emily Aarons joins us to talk about the power of meditation and energy alignment. She shares how to incorporate energy work in your life through 1-minute daily meditations. Emily also delves into the importance of trusting our intuition and explains how the seven chakras manifest in our bodies.
Running a firm is no easy feat. If you are struggling to take a pause and tune in with your body and spirit, then this episode is for you.
There is only so much an independent lawyer running their own practice can do. Although feasible, your limited time and business expertise hold you back from achieving maximum profitability. Stacking workload from multiple responsibilities means fewer clients served and increased chances of oversight. Missed calls, lack of rapport, and collections issues can all contribute to a loss in profit. What you need is to hire key administrative staff to reduce workload.
The optimal setup for a law firm has lawyers focused on legal work. This frees up time for more clients and ensures efficiency to unlock peak profitability.
In this episode, Brett Trembly joins us to discuss his new book, 24 Months to Freedom: How Modern Law Firms Use Smarter Staffing Solutions to Fast-Track Their Way to Success. He explores how you can resolve the issues a solo lawyer faces by building a support team. Brett also highlights the benefits of hiring offshore talent.
If you are considering support...
Sales and marketing strategies come and go. But one method that never goes out of style is word of mouth—referrals. As a lawyer, doing business doesn’t only mean being good at your practice. You also have to know how to sell your services.
The problem is many lawyers have preconceived notions about what it means to be in sales. So first, you have to reframe your understanding of selling. It's the first step to developing relationships in a way that people will know, like, and trust you enough to refer you endlessly.
In this episode, Bob Burg joins us to explain how to build relationships that lead to endless referrals. He walks us through how lawyers can reframe their understanding of selling. He then shares his system for developing and maintaining relationships and navigating referring business to somebody.
If you want to know how to start building a business on referrals, then this episode is for you.
Working at a big business can mean earning thousands of dollars — and who doesn't want a six-figure salary, right? However, it can also cost you hours and hours of your day. Many people, especially professionals used to working long hours, have realized that this isn't what they want in life. Spending whole days at the office to work harder and earn more isn't worth it. Now, the goal is to make a good living and still have enough time to have a life outside of work.
Like many others, attorneys have realized they don't want to spend their entire lives at work. The question now is what to do to achieve that goal.
In this episode, Laura Cowan tells us what you can do to run a successful practice with just two hours a day. She shares how you can start your own estate planning services and elevate your practice by using virtual tools and techniques.
Want to learn how to use the virtual world to make your work as an attorney easier and more efficient? Listen in to our conversation...
Anyone can start a business or law firm. Creating success is the real challenge. But success means different things to different people. For some, it's nothing more than the bottom line. Others want to leave a lasting legacy of financial success, such as generational wealth, a stable business, or a contribution to the community — ultimately, you define your goal. However, reaching that goal can come down to a formula.
In this episode, Michael Smikun joins us to talk about creating success for the business side of your firm while continuously creating value and building a lasting legacy. He shares the formula he used to get financial, time, and impact freedom.
If you want to bring success and leave a lasting legacy through your business, then this episode is for you.
Student debt can be a significant financial burden for many people, but it is a challenge that can be overcome with the right strategies and mindset. One effective strategy is to create a budget and pay off high-interest loans first while exploring options for loan forgiveness or refinancing. Additionally, seeking resources and support from student loan specialists can provide valuable guidance and assistance in managing student debt.
In this episode, Christie Arkovich joins us to share some valuable tips on how to pay off your student debt, including applying for an IDR waiver, the benefits of paying more than the minimum payment, refinancing your loans, and looking into forgiveness programs.
If you've been struggling with student debt for years — or know someone who has, this episode is for you. You can pay off your debts — you just need the right strategy.
Technology has made many things in the world much easier. Today, almost everyone everywhere uses technology to access information, make processes smoother, and solve problems. Over the years, various industries have adopted tech solutions for data analysis, customer management, and much more. The legal industry has taken its time, but it’s catching up with the early adopters. With the right tools, life can be easier and lawyers can improve the way they run their firms.
Bim Dave has worked in legal technology for over 20 years. In this episode, Bim joins us to talk about how you can benefit from technology in the best way possible. He shares how he and his company, Helm360, provide creative technology solutions that firms can implement to solve unique problems. Bim shows law firms that there is no need to fear technology. Instead, it is something to be embraced and used to improve lives.
If you have a problem you’re struggling with, what you might need is a technology...
It's impossible to understate the impact a law firm website can have on your revenue. Good website design can draw in your clients — but a badly-made one will push them away. But not everyone knows how to put a good law firm website together.
In this episode, Brendan Ruane joins us to discuss the basics of website design and content creation. He talks about the main components your law firm website should have. He also emphasizes why your website's design and content go hand in hand. Brendan then lets us know the best practices to optimize your website's pages for better ranking and user experience.
If you want to revamp your firm's website into a functional yet engaging one, this episode will help you start.
Most professionals, like lawyers, are high-functioning, head-focused people. You'll find them confident with their knowledge and intellect in their expertise. However, as we know, there are different stages in the professional world where we have to perform. Even the pros can experience stage fright — like when making a pitch. To overcome it and maintain a sense of calm, you'd have to engage in deep internal work.
In this episode, high-performance coach and founder of Courageous Artistry, Ingela Onstad, joins us to discuss being calm and finding our confidence. She demonstrates practical techniques for achieving calmness , such as journaling, introspection, or simply recognizing the emotional experiences in our bodies. She shares strategies and exercises in the three essential cognitive, physical, and emotional aspects. Ingela affirms that becoming an effective professional comes down to a holistic process.
This episode will help you become a confident, effective...
Leaving your corporate job and starting your own business might seem like a big challenge. In truth, it's also a huge opportunity. However, starting a business takes time to create wealth. It's a journey filled with setbacks and failures you inevitably must face and overcome. The key is to take risks with a plan and strategy in mind. Your business' profitability margin will only grow if you put something into it.
In this episode, Sam Varner, founder of SHE Collective Biz, joins us to discuss the common mistakes new business owners make that hurt their long-term profitability margin. She sheds light on many starting entrepreneurs' misconceptions and shares some tips for resolving them. Sam also introduces the CRUSH formula to building a profitable business.
If you’re an aspiring business owner looking to really move the needle on your profitability margin, this episode is for you.