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Three Tips for Better Law Firm Videos [PodCast]

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Great overview of successful attorney videos by John McDougall of McDougall Interactive and Justin Parker and Jimmy Craig of MethodLoft in the podcast below. John McDougall: Hi. I’m John McDougall. I’m here today with Justin Parker and Jimmy Craig of MethodLoft. Today, we’re going to be speaking about three tips for better law firm videos. …

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The 9 Top Habits of Successful Rainmakers, Part 3 of 3

Working with more than 10,000 attorneys over the past dozen years has taught me a lot about what it takes to be a successful rainmaker. Some would argue you’re born with it; however, I believe many of these successful habits can be learned. To read about the first six top habits of successful rainmakers, go here …

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Part 2: The 9 Top Habits of Successful Rainmakers

Successful rainmakers consistently apply certain habits and characteristics to distinguish themselves from competitors and increase the revenues of their law firms. Click here to read Part 1 for the first three top habits of successful rainmakers. Here are the next three: 4.  Mind and Grow Your Referral Network Just like any cash crop, a referral network needs …

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The 9 Top Habits of Successful Rainmakers, Part 1 of 3

Successful rainmakers have certain habits and characteristics in common that drive them to greater levels of success. These habits and characteristics manifest themselves as key behaviors and specific actions, and understanding how to implement these actions on a consistent basis will distinguish you from your competitors and increase your revenues. 1.  Develop a Solid Personal …

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Succession Planning: How to Hand Your Law Firm to the Next Generation

While conducting a year-end review of several client projects I worked on in 2014, I noticed a trend emerging. Though the types of projects and initiatives were disparate, there was a single, shared stumbling block that deterred the work from moving purposefully forward without a hitch. Whether working on new website builds, social media programs, …

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