What They Didn't Teach Us About Running a Business in Law School

with Neil Tyra

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Do you ever feel like what you learned in law school didn't prepare you for the world of running a law practice? Law school didn't teach us how to start our practices the right way so we could scale them into a thriving business. We didn't learn how to make sure that our businesses would meet our financial goals and provide the type of lifestyle we deserve. After ten years, I was fed up with struggling in my practice and decided to begin a journey to scaling a

successful practice that would actually allow me to finally live the life I've always dreamed of. I invite you to listen in on the conversations I'm having with some of the most successful solo and small firm practitioners  along with leading business entrepreneurs and share how I am implementing what I am learning. All with the goal of helping you take control of your practice, and your life. This is The Law Entrepreneur.

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Ep. 116 – Creating a Compassionate Office Culture that Increases Morale & Profits – with Chelsie Lamie

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Chelsie Lamie is a personal injury attorney down in Florida, and she has an incredible commitment to the office culture of her firm. The culture Chelsie has crafted may sound antithetical to the way things are usually done, but I think it’s a refreshing new way of doing things and the results speak for themselves.

 

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Ep. 115 – Using Your iPhone to Fly to the Moon: Harnessing Astonishing Power to Save Valuable Time – with David Sparks

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We have “moonshot” power at our fingertips… but are we employing every nanometer of our gadgets?

 

A man of many hats and originally our guest on episode 26, business lawyer David Sparks, or “MacSparky,” writes all things Apple. Today’s interview explores the tipping point in technology and how to harness our iPhones and other tools to save valuable time.

 

His newest field guide for iPhones exemplifies the gold standard in user guides, app recommendations, and overall authority on putting every bit and byte to use. With over two hours of video instruction and 44 chapters, the iPhone Field Guide undergoes regular updates and encapsulates a vast collection of rich media examples.

 

For non Apple users out there, David also offers “platform agnostic” field guides on going paperless and executing the most memorable presentations.

 

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If you’ve enjoyed the podcast, please head to iTunes and leave a rating & review for the show! It only takes a moment, and really helps me to reach new listeners. You can also head to the website at TheLawEntrepreneur.com for more information on the podcast and my legal services.

 

 

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Ep. 114 – Making the Most of Marketing Through Integrated Public Relations – with Gina Rubel

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Today we explore a holistic, integrated approach to marketing your law firm that goes way beyond branding.

 

Gina Rubel is the founder and CEO of Furia Rubel Communications, a company that stands apart by focusing on integrated public relations, media management, and crisis communications. A published author and expert in the field, Gina worked as a trial attorney and judicial law clerk before starting her business in 2002.

 

We discuss tips and resources that fit all sizes, such as discovering your marketing message, taking public relations beyond the press release, utilizing media relations for small firms, finding community involvement that fits, and how to leverage your participation in conferences.

 

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If you’ve enjoyed the podcast, please head to iTunes and leave a rating & review for the show! It only takes a moment, and really helps me to reach new listeners. You can also head to the website at TheLawEntrepreneur.com for more information on the podcast and my legal services.

 

 

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