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1. Stats I Use To Review My Practice Each Quarter
One thing I’ve done since early on in my practice is review each quarter before planning the next. This helps me stay on task with reaching my yearly goals and allows me to adjust my path when needed. My process has evolved as I’ve gained more experience. This is what I reviewed for Q1 of 2018 in preparation for Q2.
2. The Game-Changing Tip Young Lawyers Know That You Don’t
Last week in our mastermind group meeting we had a breakthrough moment. A younger lawyer calls more experienced peer out, highlighting a need for solos to have a diverse network of younger and older peers. Follow this article learn more about what makes up a successful and impactful lawyer network.
3. Mastermind Chronicles: Why You’re Failing at Online Marketing
Facebook ads, AVVO subscriptions, Google Adwords, blogging are all a lot sexier than the grind of one-to-one networking. But most lawyers fail at online marketing for one main reason: They don’t fully commit to it. Follow this article to learn more!
4. Top Strategic Local SEO Tips for Lawyers [Infographic]
If you want to grow your practice and build your own empire, then you’re going to have to dominate the digital realm too. One of the most effective ways to do this is with SEO. Follow this infographic to get the top tips on how to use local SEO specifically for lawyers!
5. 4 Marketing Tasks I Do Every Month That Keeps My Pipeline Full Of New Clients
If you’re going to grow your practice then you’re going to need to keep your pipeline full of new clients. But as you know, staying consistently busy isn’t easy. To help, solo lawyer superstar Joleena Louis shares her top tips for keeping the new clients rolling in.
6. What To Post On Social Media To Get New Clients
The biggest roadblock to successful social media marketing is a lack of consistency. And that lack of consistency comes from not having a plan or knowing what to post regularly. New York solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares how she has used social media to get new clients for her firm.
7. 30 Body Language Tips That Will Improve Your Communication Skills [Infographic]
Behavioral scientists all over the world have studied body language as a secondary, and sometimes even more revealing, means of communication. Use this infographic to discover how you can use body language to dramatically improve how effectively you communicate.
8. My Top 5 Mobile Apps For Solos
According to the American Bar Association’s latest Legal Technology Survey Report, mobile lawyering is more popular than ever and doesn’t appear to be slowing down. In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, New York solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares her top five favorite mobile apps that she uses in her own solo practice!
9. How Flexibility Has Shaped My Firm
One of the most attractive aspects of being solo is the ability to have a flexible schedule. In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, Joleen Louis shares how the flexibility that comes with being a solo has shaped her career, life, and her business.
10. How to Avoid Looking Incompetent as a Solo Lawyer
Appearing incompetent to both clients and colleagues can set your firm on a downward trajectory. In order to have a long and successful legal career, you will need both clients and colleagues. If you appear incompetent, you are far less likely to get either. To help, avoid these mistakes that make solo’s look incompetent.