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Business Development: Save Time and Do Less!

Posted in Business Development, Inspired Thought, Marketing Time Commitment
Most lawyers I know jam their calendars each day with more than two people could accomplish in a week. Is this you? It’s a vicious cycle because we feel terrible not being able to accomplish what’s on the list… instead of feeling great about what was accomplished. We literally sabotage our success and the feeling … Continue Reading

Legal Business Development: Accountability to Yourself

Posted in Developing A Strategic Plan, Inspired Thought, Marketing Time Commitment
Accountability. I know you understand the importance of accountability to others, otherwise you wouldn’t be as successful as you are. But… I suspect that when it comes to accountability to yourself, you’re not quite as masterful. It’s not easy! You make plans and 15 minutes later they’re derailed by circumstances beyond your control… this happens to … Continue Reading

Legal Business Development: Are You Overwhelmed?

Posted in Developing A Strategic Plan, Inspired Thought, Marketing Time Commitment
Are you overwhelmed? Are you finding it difficult just to keep up with the legal work that is required of you? Then… when you think of business development, it’s hard to imagine how you could possibly manage even one new matter? That is something many lawyers struggle with. Whether management is requiring you to develop … Continue Reading

Legal Business Development: 8 Ways to Turbo Charge Your Productivity

Posted in Building Relationships, Business Development, Inspired Thought, Marketing Time Commitment
I don’t know a lawyer that isn’t trying to squeeze more out of every single day… maximum productivity. We would all like to find a silver bullet… the answer to the demanding obligations we have in our lives. Jeff Haden contributor to Inc. Magazine wrote… 14 Simple Ways to Get Considerably More Done. It’s an … Continue Reading