We have all done it…as lawyers many time we take on clients that are difficult and hard to please. This podcasts shares essential tips for successfully dealing with difficult clients or “clients from hell!”
Do you use your #LinkedIn profile as a #networking tool? Your profile can be a powerful part of your #personal #brand. In this course, you will learn how to build a dynamic, eye-catching, client-friendly LinkedIn profile step by step.
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In this week's Two Minute Tuesday, Tea Hoffmann discusses the importance of having an #attitude of #gratitude. As many celebrate Thanksgiving in the USA, remember to carry a spirit of gratitude with you throughout the year.
There are many #tactics and #tools that #lawfirms and #lawyers can use to generate attention, but if the right message is not reaching the right audience, it’s wasted effort. Learn the importance of the process of identifying your #idealclient. https://lawstrategycoach.thinkific.com/courses/finding-your-ideal-client
Don't waste time with ineffective meetings. Learn how to use your disposition to have more effective meetings. It's not just about tasks; it's also about relationships. Enroll now: https://lawstrategycoach.thinkific.com/courses/even-more-productive-meetings
In this week's Two Minute Tuesday, Tea Hoffmann discusses the value of blogging as a #lawyer. Blogs are a great way to share your expertise, show off your experience, promote your firm and build your brand.
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