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What if you could turn wasted non-billable time into a strategic way to build your business?
All you need is the word “no.”
What you say, and how you get your message across, are the most important components of a persuasive public speech.
You survived law school and just managed to get your foot in the door at your dream firm. The fun and games are over – now, it’s time to put what you’ve learned to the test. As an ambitious associate, this is your TIME TO SHINE!
You prepare, you’re ready, you walk out, and then you FREEZE. Before you sink like quicksand, here are a few tips to help keep you calm, cool, and collected the next time you blank.
What you need at the end of every meeting with a prospect is a firm advance; a commitment from the other party that, yes, the two of you will meet again at a specific day and time.
This is a lawyer’s time to shine; a time describe how the proposal has greater value than either doing nothing, or what the competitor is offering.
Think you don’t have time to blog? This book will help you find the time.
It’s called Blogging in One Hour for Lawyers by Ernie Svenson.
The key to turning negative habits into positive ones is to TAKE ACTION! You can begin forming better habits by following this two-step approach.
Holiday greetings can actually add value to your practice. This is your chance to spread selfless expressions of gratitude AND market your services.
The holiday season is in full swing, and 2013 is close behind. Do you have a strategic business plan in place for the new year?