Now let's think. If I wanted to do
some really stupid things to hurt my chances of getting more legal business,
and/or damage my reputation, as a lawyer what would they be.
Here is my take on
in Trey Ryder's recent newsletter...
No. 76 in Ric Willmot's weekly wisdom
"Customer Experiences Drive Your Business" hit a core nerve with me. He
starts by stating "(c)ustomer service shouldn't be a poor man's cousin to
growing your business."...
The impact of economic globalization can be seen everywhere in the United States. Virtually all states have subsidiaries of foreign companies and manufacturing plants. More and more American companies, including small to medium sized ones, engage in overseas...
The biggest mistake most lawyers make in developing new business is that they don't listen. In a shocking turn of events, they talk too much.
Experts agree that when you are building business relationships, you should spend 50% to 80% of your time...
A law firm can improve its positioning on search-engine results by incorporating keywords that are relevant to the practice and that prospective clients are likely to use in searches.
Sixty-five percent of people in need of legal representation begin...
Consultants (as well as lawyers) can
be a touch wordy sometimes. Especially when trying to sell their
services to prospective clients. Often we think that it's necessary to cover
the waterfront in terms of explaining who we are, what we do (or...
Now there is a brilliant title,
right? Obviously, any client who sues for malpractice (or even files a
grievance with the state bar), is probably not going to hire you again. Not to
mention how many people they will bad mouth you to. Okay, so that...