In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Denny Esford discuss:

  • How lawyers can better plan their day and execute that plan. 
  • Build in “no” answers to your strategy. 
  • Executing your business plan first thing in the day. 
  • Content calendars, scheduling your business development, and preparing in advance. 

Key Takeaways:

  • Without having clients coming in, consistently, running your firm is just

It’s the season of thanks and we want to recognize everyone we’re thankful for!
We are so thankful to our clients, friends, families, pets, and awesome blog readers like you! We are thankful you take the time to read our content, and even more importantly, deliver on positive and thriving workplaces in your own ways. We are thankful for anyone

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Matt Schlegel presents to an SBA T.H.R.I.V.E group of emerging leaders on how to use the Enneagram to create marketing narratives.  Matt shares how to create a narrative for each Enneagram type, and then works with two leaders in the group to create specific narratives, one to market to Enneagram Type 4 clientele and the other to market to Enneagram

Do you feel like the workplace is becoming more emotional? You’re not alone. Maybe you’ve even tested and found that decreased emotional competencies are trending in your organization.A Time of ChangeWith the workplace changing, it can be difficult to know where to turn. The old tools might not be as useful in the current environment due to different stress factors,

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and David Neagle discuss:

  • Why belief is the most important thing to your success. 
  • Getting around walls that make you seem stuck. 
  • How lawyers can overcome the struggle of negativity. 
  • The formula for solving your problems. 

Key Takeaways:

  • You don’t have a problem, you only create problems. What you see as a problem, just

As Thanksgiving time is here again, we think about what we are thankful for. All business owners should be very thankful for their customers. Yeah, I know that’s a ‘DUH’ kind of thing. But really how do you show appreciation to your customers so that they stick around and buy more?

Many customers make purchases beyond the price. Of course,

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Stuart Baum discuss:

  • Marketing missteps and mistakes that lawyers make in building their firm.
  • Making business development fun.
  • Leveraging what you are good at and what you like to do.
  • Stop being selfish and learn to be a resource.

Key Takeaways:

  • The only failure is a failure to learn from your failures.
  • There are