In Episode 18 of Lawyerpreneur, Jay Harrington and I talk about distinguishing yourself from your competition and his path from corporate bankruptcy lawyer to business consultant. But my favorite part of our conversation was where we talked about having a vision for your work (Episode 13), goal-setting, and selling yourself time (Episode 6) to do your most important work. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lawyerpreneur)
In Episode 17 of Lawyerpreneur, we talk with Stephen Embry about how he has transitioned from spending most of his time practicing law to writing and consulting about legal tech because it's the work that recharges him. We discuss the importance of networking and building trust equity with clients and potential clients during an absence of in-person meetings. Finally, Embry talks about how remote working environments may give law firms an opportunity to decrease overhead and even ... wait for it ... decrease billable hourly rates [gasp]. Doing the work that keeps you charged up (~12:30). Working remotely and embracing change (~25:00). Building trust equity and networking in the time of coronavirus (~32:30). An opportunity to decrease hourly rates (~41:00).Jeremy W. Richter - https://www.jeremywrichter.com/Stephen Embry - https://www.techlawcrossroads.com/Contact - https://www.jeremywrichter.com/contact/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lawyerpreneur)
 In Episode 16 of Lawyerpreneur, we talk with M.C. Sungaila about developing your business and your reputation. We also explore the topic of operating out of an abundance mindset, rather than a place of fear and scarcity. Out last topic is how writing books and being a client has helped M.C. be a more empathetic lawyer. Jeremy W. Richter - https://www.jeremywrichter.com/M.C. Sungaila - https://mothersthoughtsfortheday.com/Contact - https://www.jeremywrichter.com/contact/Mother's Thoughts for the Day by M.C. Sungaila.More Mother's Thoughts for the Day by M.C. Sungaila.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lawyerpreneur)
 In Episode 15 of Lawyerpreneur, I speak with Steven Arango and Dani Barondess about an initiative they're launching called Law Clerks for Diversity. They are developing a program that will pair former federal law clerks as mentors to law students to help create more diversity -- gender, racial, and cultural diversity -- in the federal judiciary. Disclaimer: The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not necessarily represent the views of the U.S. Marine Corps, Department of the Navy, Department of Defense, or the U.S. government.​ Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lawyerpreneur)
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Episode Count
23
Podcast Count
5
Total Airtime
12 hours, 59 minutes
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Podchaser Creator ID logo 789485