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Join LMA New England for their annual conference – November 12-13 in Boston

Please join the LMA New England Chapter next week at their 2015 Regional Conference, taking place on November 12 -13 at the Hyatt Regency in Boston. This year’s theme is “What’s Your WOW Factor?” Join attendees as they learn about the best tools and approaches to stand out among the competition, succeed at winning new business and …

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Rainmaker 101: 3 Tips from a Top Producer at a Law Firm [VIDEO]

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One of the most interesting elements of my job as a business development coach for attorneys is interviewing top rainmakers to better understand “How they did it.” While every attorney knows a rainmaker or high-level business developer, you might never get the chance to hear how they actually accomplished their goals, what it really took …

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Join LMA New England for their annual conference – November 12-13 in Boston

Please join us for the 2015 Regional Conference, taking place on November 12 -13 at the Hyatt Regency in Boston. This year’s theme is “What’s Your WOW Factor?” Join attendees as they learn about the best tools and approaches to stand out among the competition, succeed at winning new business and become industry trendsetters. Don’t miss …

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Join LMA New England for their annual conference – November 12-13 in Boston

Please join us for the 2015 Regional Conference, taking place on November 12 -13 at the Hyatt Regency in Boston. This year’s theme is “What’s Your WOW Factor?” Join attendees as they learn about the best tools and approaches to stand out among the competition, succeed at winning new business and become industry trendsetters. Don’t miss …

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Three Reasons Why Lawyers Avoid Business Development

Group of business people and men handshake reflected onto table with documents.

One of the scariest things someone can do is to approach an attractive stranger in a bar and begin speaking.  While there are the limited few with nerves of steel who can talk with anyone about anything, the majority of us humans are actually intimidated by this act.  Why are some of us afraid of …

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