SOLO ANXIETY

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Recently I received an Article written by Ruth Carter and I wanted to share it. Her contact information is at the end of her article. Solo Anxiety: It All Works Out in the End By Ruth Carter | Nov.12.14 | Daily Dispatch, Law Practice Management, Nothing But The Ruth! One of the biggest challenges a […]

TIPS ON HOW TO MARKET YOUR SERVICES.

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BACK TO BASICS How to Market Your Services By Sally J. Schmidt, her information is at the end of ths Article You are a member of an organization that holds quarterly dinner meetings with a speaker. You look at your calendar and realize the next meeting is Wednesday night — drat! But, dutifully, you show […]

HANGING OUT A SHINGLE DOES NOT MAKE YOU—

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You are a SOLO, but are you just self-employed or are you an entrepreneur. Want to know the difference then read on.   Susan Cartier Liebel Founder/CEO, Solo Practice University(R), The ‘practice of law’ school No, Hanging A Shingle Does Not Make You An Entrepreneur. I enjoy reading Keith Lee’s blog posts on Above the […]

GETTING CLIENTS TO COMMIT.

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Do You Have A Jumpy Client When It’s Time To Commit?  In her May 19, 2015 blog Eileen Kent writes about a problem we all have faced and how we can remedy the non committal client. While this Article does not speak directly to attorneys it is advice all attorneys can use and put into […]

THE SIMPLE STUFF WORKS–REALLY!

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THE SIMPLE STUFF WORKS, WHEN YOU DO IT.   “Hey, this stuff really works”,  a new  coaching client  recently told me. “Why did I wait so long to do it?”  It is such a great feeling for me when that “light bulb” finally goes on. She had been struggling with the most basic issue of […]