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Downsizing is probably one of the things that we, as Professional Organizers, do most. It seems to be part of every job no matter what the circumstance. Whether someone is organizing, remodeling, moving or dealing with the estate of a loved one, downsizing is always part of the equation.
At one point or another downsizing will be necessary! We all

The Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) role has been a staple for almost two decades in high tech manufacturing environments. But does it also apply to traditional manufacturers? Short answer: yes. Slightly longer answer: it depends. Let’s find out why and if it makes sense for your manufacturing company.
Manufacturing, in particular, has a distinctly different approach to revenue than retail

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Sharon Christie discuss:

  • Getting a coach so you aren’t reinventing the wheel.
  • The four things you need to get right in your law firm.
  • Being strategic when you are changing your practice of law.
  • Running your business, not letting your business run you.

Key Takeaways:

  • There are ways to say no that lead to

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Brooke Lively discuss:

  • Running your law firm by the numbers.
  • Secrets from Brooke’s book, From Panic to Profit.
  • Finding your baseline to manage and improve your numbers.
  • The ideal ratio in your law firm’s financials.

Key Takeaways:

  • We have to pay more attention to the way we’re running the firm and running it like

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Ali Awad discuss:

  • How to get engagement on your company’s social media. 
  • Mindset and the future of law. 
  • Hanging around others outside of the law field to learn other forms of business. 
  • Delegating low level tasks and firing yourself every step of the way. 

 
Key Takeaways:

  • If you’re trying to get business from

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Mathew Kerbis discuss:

  • Being a young lawyer and building relationships. 
  • Resources for young, staring attorneys. 
  • The billable hour versus the subscription model. 
  • The changing of the law firm business model. 

 
Key Takeaways:

  • The sky’s the limit as a private practice attorney. 
  • Bringing in business, even at a larger firm, not only brings in

Leadership is a lot like golf. You have different clubs to handle various challenges out on the golf course. Similarly, you have different leadership skills to complement each of your responsibilities.Having a good set will help your game, but that’s only part of it. You can’t buy your way to being a better golfer. You also must put in the

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Justin Stivers discuss:

  • Why lawyers struggle with maintaining marketing consistency. 
  • Figuring out where to begin with marketing. 
  • Taking control of your calendar (and the repercussions for breaking commitments to yourself). 
  • Doing the things you enjoy doing and delegating the other, valuable, items. 

 
Key Takeaways:

  • Step one to marketing is finding out what you

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Mari Ribeiro discuss:

  • Gaining a competitive edge with your brand.
  • Pros and cons of naming your firm something other than your name. 
  • Growing and expanding your brand. 
  • Keeping your brand relevant and sustainable. 

 
Key Takeaways:

  • Your brand speaks to the type of service you are giving. Naming your firm allows you an opportunity