Tag Archives: law firm

Ep 6.5 – What Small Law Firms Can Learn From the Trump Whitehouse



This post is not meant to be political in nature. But, the Trump administration has a problem keeping employees. What can we learn from the Trump Whitehouse? Is personal loyalty enough to built and maintain a successful law practice?

Short Answer: NO.


Ep 3- Delegating Tasks to Grow Your Firm (conversation with Matt Starosciak)



Look at your day-to-day activities. How much of your time is spent doing law work? How much of your time is spent doing administrative tasks? Can you delegate some tasks to someone who can do those tasks for $10 to $20 per hour? Is it something you hate to do anyway?

In this episode, I have a continued conversation with Matt Starosciak (see Episode 2) of www.provenlawmarketing.com. In our conversation, we discuss ways to evaluate your day and determine if and when certain tasks can be delegated.


Ep 1 – Self Awareness is the Key to Success



Self awareness is the key to success. You must know your own strengths and weaknesses as well as your interests. Doing a personal audit can you help guide your firm toward your goals.

If you take the time each year, each quarter, or even each month, to look at where you are in relation to where you want to go, it will help you make healthy decisions for your law firm.

“If you’re walking East looking for a sunset, you have a bad plan.”

Making a plan for your law firm will help you stay true to who you want to be and who you want to serve. If something pops up that does not fit within the parameters of your plan or will be a distraction from your goals, you can identify the distractions and eliminate them.

I hope you enjoy Episode 1. I promise to work hard to improve these podcasts.

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