Lawyer turned Coach Susan Goodkind Wideman joined me recently to talk about her journey from her degree of ergonomic design to getting her law degree to burning out and what had to change.
You need help in your law firm and decided to hire a new team member. That is great. Now, how do you do it? What do you look for? From years of being a lawyer, and owning my own solo practice for 16 years, I do know first hand about the process of hiring. I made...
Join my discussion with Rho Thomas, the Lawyer Money Coach, and learn several strategies to help reduce your debt NOW!
What is you why for your solo law firm? Don’t look at the surface reason – that’s too basic. Go deeper, share it with your team, and drive your success!
Do you use a legal nurse consultant in your law practice? Lisa Wade is my guest as we discuss legal nurse consultants to help you save time and money.
“Authentic” is a popular word these days, whether it’s in your Marketing or social media posts, it’s out there! What does Authentic really mean in your Law Practice?
Rita Goodroe was a busy attorney in a general law practice in the DC metro area, struggling to meet people. So, in 2006, she started a Meetup group called Singles in the Suburbs which changed her live completely.
Have you ever asked yourself, Why am I procrastinating with tasks in my law practice? You know there’s lots to do, but you just don’t want to get to it when you could be on your cell phone answering non-urgent emails and tasks, or scrolling through your social media, or just day-dreaming?
It may surprise you that the number one reason potential clients don’t hire you as their lawyer is because the competition is enormous for your law practice.