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Time Management Archives - Legal Marketing Made Easy

LMME 058 : 6 Steps to Great Time Management for Your Law Practice

In today’s episode, I will be discussing the 6 Steps to Great Time Management as outlined in Chet Holmes book, The Ultimate Sales Machine. I’ve started implementing these rules in my own law practice, and have seen immediate improvements in my productivity. Enjoy! Right click here to download the mp3

3 Things you can do when you are having a “blah” day

Have You Ever Had One of “Those Days”? You know what I’m talking about.  You get up, go through your normal morning routine, head to the office, and then… Blah. You just don’t feel like working. It happens to everyone.  It happens to me. It might hit first thing in the morning, or perhaps when […]

The 50 Minute Focus Finder (By Dean Jackson)

This is a fantastic video from Dean Jackson of I love Marketing.  If you are trying to find more focused time to work on your law firm, rather than in it, take 50 minutes and watch this video. The 50 Minute Focus Finder from Dean Jackson on Vimeo.

How to Attract More Paying Clients to Your Law Practice

I’ve been working extremely hard over the past several weeks to try to convince lawyers that 2014 is going to be the year of the Podcast. Yesterday I held my first Webinar in which I discussed why podcasting is such a tremendous opportunity for lawyers. Unfortunately, lawyers are a stubborn bunch… I received numerous responses […]

Do this ONE thing and boost your productivity immediately

I have a confession to make. I failed miserably at this for years. And then, after I first started to implement this one thing, my assistant tried to squash my plans. It was hard to do. Most attorneys won’t do it. What is it, you ask? Stop answering the phones. That’s it. I hear the […]

How can the Pareto Principle benefit your law practice?

The Pareto Principle (also known as the 80/20 law) essentially states that 80% of the effects result from 20% of the causes. The ratio could be skewed in some situations to 90/10 or 95/5, but the idea is the same. Here are a couple of applications of the rule for your law practice that I […]