Be sure you take the right lesson

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Take your example from happy lawyers who have successful law firms, stay-away from tigers...

Thoughts on Staffing a Successful Law Firm

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There are several different business models for building a successful law firm. Most of them require some level of legal staff be hired, trained, managed motivated and measured for productivity & profitability. To say "well I just won't have staff" is like saying you're going to lock yourself in a jail cell and then throw the key through the bars to where you cannot reach it. Even if you change your mind. Having great staff can be a blessing. Having less-than-great staff can be a torture.

The power of your big intentions

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Tomorrow you're going to wake-up, get dressed, eat some breakfast…

Over-paying for information

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I don't like paying for information.  Information isn't…

Last chance to fire someone this year...

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Lee Rosen is NOT a member of my coaching program but we've…

The 2nd time you see someone drop dead...

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This is an important message that transcends "just" how to make your law firm better...

What it means to be "stuck"

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Why Do You Suppose so many lawyers are in all these videos I keep sharing and why do you suppose they're all saying it's been such an invaluable experience for them when they decided to plant a tree today so they can enjoy a life in the shade not a life being stuck? (Rhetorical question, obviously)

...sooner or later you sleep in your own space.

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"We can evade reality, but we cannot evade the consequences of evading reality" - Ayn Rand What are the inevitable consequences of your current growth trajectory? Hopefully the inevitable consequences are that you're going to be doing GREAT! If that's you I would encourage you to investigate our "Find Your Freedom" coaching program, or even our "Play A Bigger Game" group may be just what you've been looking for.

You can't handle the truth...

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Yes my friends, the time is approaching when you're going to have to choose a side... I'm writing this to you at 36,000 feet jamming out to Led Zeplin IV "Going To California". It's being streamed to me on Pandora via Go-Go-Inflight into my Bose noise-cancelling headphones. We're aboard American Airlines flight 271 enroute to Los Angeles. It's quite surreal. The stewardess just offered us chocolate ice cream. I'm headed to L.A. with Ale passed-out and in a nearly-fully-recliend position in the window seat beside me. We're headed West for a meeting with MY OWN COACH. And in my ongoing effort to assure you that THERE IS PLENTY OF MONEY OUT THERE I'm reporting that yet-again, first class is sold out. That's 14 seats plus mine & Ale reclined next to me. I so sincerely wish for each and every one of you, even if we've never met, that you could participate or even just observe a Mastermind with me and come to fully appreciate that it really is your choice whether not you choose to continue participating in the "recession".