Consulting

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Lindsey Markus discuss:

  • Putting yourself out there to build your brand, network, and show yourself as an authority in your space. 
  • Adding value through connections. 
  • Why Lindsey created a publication house to publish her book. 
  • Overcoming challenges of business development as a woman. 

 
Key Takeaways:

  • Just say yes. Be willing to meet with

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We need attorneys like Ken Levinson to make sure insurance companies do what they are supposed to do. Ken represents victims of the negligence of others. Join Dave Lorenzo as he interviews

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The parents are gone, they’re in charge, and their younger siblings sneak off to the basement to watch the new, scary movie that just dropped. The normally responsible older sibling doesn’t notice because everyone is quiet and they have some very important things to do.
But after it’s