On paper, most people might think that they want the most efficient lawyer. But the truth is, when someone needs legal help, they’re not looking for the lawyer with the most successful cases. They want the lawyer who cares about them — someone really in their corner. Put yourself in their shoes. Who would you rather work with: a machine, or someone you know, like, and trust? Be the person who calls them back, who assures them that everything will be alright. Share a piece of your story, build a human connection, and create an authentic relationship.
In this episode, Neal Goldstein joins us to talk about the importance of building a human connection with clients. He also shares how his challenging childhood shaped his values and the story of how he became a personal injury lawyer. Neal emphasizes that personal connections and humanizing your relationship are key to fostering a repeat client base.
If you want to know how to create a human connection with clients, this...
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.
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.
Achieving law firm success can sometimes feel like an elusive dream. It's easy to get lost in the numbers and KPIs. Here's the thing, those are important metrics, but you may be overlooking some of the most crucial pillars of your firm — your people.
People aren't numbers. You might hire incredible employees, but what are you doing to make them stay and grow?
In this episode, Craig Goldenfarb is back to talk about workplace culture. He shares the four pillars of good workplace culture and how any law firm, big or small, can start to change. He shares insights and ideas on company events, programs, and even incentives. Get inspired by the workplace culture Craig has created and recreate it for your law firm.
Remember, if your workplace is a place people want to work in, employees are naturally more productive and creative.
If you struggle with high turnover rates, a lack of innovation and initiative, and unengaged employees. In that case, it may be time...
Your business decisions today, whether big or small, compound over time. How you take advantage of the resources and data available to you now impacts the success of your law firm. As a business owner, you need to get behind new technology and strategies to ensure your firm keeps its trajectory toward your performance goals. One way to achieve this is through managing and tracking your data.
What will the legal industry look like ten years from now? For Kerri Coby White, it’s all about data. In this episode, she shares the importance of a data-driven mindset for a law firm owner. She also discusses how implementing data-driven strategies can optimize your systems. Kerri also talks about technology in the legal industry and working with specialists to take your business to another level.
Are you a law firm owner who is hungry for growth? Make sure you don’t miss this episode!
Anyone who runs a business or law firm can’t have the same setup forever. If you want to grow and achieve your financial dreams and have time for yourself, you need to start gathering the five key financial players into your team. You can’t do everything alone, and that’s not a bad thing. In fact, you can do so much more when you have the right people supporting you.
In this episode, Chelsea Williams returns to the show to discuss the five key financial players and how they all contribute to your firm’s financial strategy. She also talks about how to create good financial habits.
If you would like to learn more about achieving your financial goals through the help of these five financial players, then this episode is for you.
Let's be real: we're in business to make a profit. It's good to be kind, but as a lawyer, you've got bills to pay, people who need salaries, overhead costs — we can't work for free. It's time to stop being ashamed that we're working for profit while seeking justice for our clients. You can’t become the best law firm around if you don’t have resources to work with.
In this episode, Charley Mann discusses critical elements of improving profits so you can become the best law firm you can be. We begin by explaining the relationship between law firm owners and profit. We'll also discuss advertising and streamlining processes to scale your law firm. One critical element that law firm owners need is confidence. The bridge to success is in front of you; all you have to do is step on it!
If you're a legal practice looking to boost profit and become the best law firm you can be, this episode is for you!