Business Coach

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Michael Fielding discuss:

  • Changing your mindset around networking. 
  • Michael’s three-part formula for business development. 
  • The evolution of client problems and anticipating where the market is headed. 
  • Growing your knowledge base and expanding your ability to solve problems. 

 
Key Takeaways:

  • Maintain the relationships that you build in law school as well as in your

Marcia talks with operations expert, Adam Liette of Smooth Operator about the operator in your business. Adam explains that the operator is the technician and the emotional team leader who takes the vision from the CEO and executes it. The operator is the complimentary partner to the visionary. It’s not impossible that the CEO is the operator but the business

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Mitch Beinhaker discuss:

  • Things lawyers are more challenged by than ever before. 
  • Using automation to run your life and practice more effectively.
  • The changing landscape of employees needed in a law firm. 
  • Virtual collaboration and running a virtual office. 

 
Key Takeaways:

  • You want to run your practice in a way that makes it

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Michelle Arentz discuss:

  • People’s desire to learn, grow, and improve.
  • How to resurrect learning in adults.
  • What law firm managers should be thinking about in running their teams.
  • Connecting with your employees and team on every level of the organization.

 
Key Takeaways:

  • In everything you do, you are either setting your team up

Over the last three years, service providers have found ways to pivot in response to market disruptions. Now, amid rising inflation and slumping economic indicators, they are learning how to be recession-proof as well. While no one can predict definitively what kind of economic downturn we are in for or how long it will last, there are a few key

What’s the first image that comes to mind when you think of leadership? Maybe it’s someone at the head of an expedition. Maybe it’s a person standing out from the rest.Whatever you think about, you’ll probably agree that the image of someone presenting a vision to a group is one of the most enduring symbols of leadership. The ability to

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Davina Frederick discuss:

  • Davina’s career path and how she found her niche within the niche. 
  • Building a team with the right people and scaling your law firm. 
  • The seven essential systems all lawyers need. 
  • Alignment, attraction, and having clarity in yourself. 

 
Key Takeaways:

  • There are many things that will allow you to make

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Tom Lambotte discuss:

  • How he entered the cybersecurity industry and built his businesses to help lawyers. 
  • A multi-layered security system for your law firm’s cybersecurity. 
  • Cyber threats to solo and small law firms.
  • Preventing data breaches in your law firm. 

 
Key Takeaways:

  • Most major case software doesn’t care if you are on Mac

Marcia talks with HR & hiring expert Heenle Turner from The All In Company and how she helps companies create 5-star employees. When businesses have 5-star employees that match the culture, the business runs better and the company achieves it goals easier. Building a team with 5-star employees makes the company’s environment happier. Heenle has a great questionnaire to rate