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

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…

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

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…

Ep. 113 – How Lawyers Can Improve Client Experience, Grow Their Brand, & Expand Their Online Presence – with Megan Hargroder

Megan Hargroder is the CEO and Lead Strategist of Conversations Digital, a marketing, web development, and social media management company that serves solo and small-firm lawyers.   Megan shares how she stumbled into this niche – social media strategy for law firms – and how attorneys can use technology to improve the client experience, expand…

Ep. 112 – Attention is the New Currency – with Neen James

Neen James is a leadership and attention expert known for delivering high-energy keynotes presentations that challenge audiences to leverage their focus and pay attention to what matters most at work and in life – and the value of attention is exactly what we’re going to be talking about today.   Neen recently wrote a new…

Ep. 111 – How to Strategically Reduce Six-Figure Student Loan Debt – with Travis Hornsby

Travis Hornsby is the Founder and “Chief Student Loan Consultant” of Student Loan Planner, a company that helps individuals with six figures of student loan debt reduce the amount or make their payments more manageable. They’ve consulted on over $200 million in student debt and found more than $45 million in forecasted student loan savings.…