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Visit MaximumLawyer.com for complete show notes of each podcast episode, tips, hacks and more resources!  Today on the show we have Taylor Darcy, an estate planning and business law attorney for small businesses. We’ll talk about the decision to join a firm or go solo out of law school, the automation tools he uses to run his practice, and dealing with loneliness and mental health as a solo and in the legal practice in general. Hacking’s Hack:  Marwan and I have been playing around with the template feature in Gmail. It’s called the “canned responses” feature. Tyson’s Tip: I’ve been trying this

Visit MaximumLawyer.com for complete show notes of each podcast episode, tips, hacks and more resources!  Today on the show we have Guy DiMartino, a former chiropractor physician turned healthcare law litigator. We’ll discuss law firm breakups, systemizing multiple practice areas, and running offices in completely different regions of the country. Hacking’s Hack:  I had a very interesting conversation with Kent Richardson about consistency and follow-through when it comes to content creation. If you put it out there that you’re going to do something and you’ve fallen off, recommit yourself and reconnect with why you were originally doing it. Tyson’s Tip: Storage companies

Owning a Business vs. Running a Practice w/Allison Williams Visit MaximumLawyer.com for complete show notes of each podcast episode, tips, hacks and more resources!  Today on the show we have Allison Williams, owner of Williams Law Group in New Jersey and owner of Law Firm Mentors, a business coaching service geared towards law firms looking to grow their practices. We’ll talk about honing in on extreme legal niches, hiring help without risking your reputation and work quality, and building a book of business from scratch. Hacking’s Hack: There’s a podcast I listen to called the art of procrastination. In the show the

Multiple Offices and Work-Life Balance w/Ryan Sargent Today on the show we have Ryan Sargent, a personal injury lawyer managing multiple offices across San Diego California and the surrounding areas. We’ll talk about what it was like going solo in the middle of the Great Recession, the advantages and disadvantages of multiple offices, how he uses Filevine to manage cases across multiple locations, and how he maintains a healthy work-life balance. Ryan’s Website: https://sargentlawfirm.com/ Hacking’s Hack: I’ve been messing around with the reminders app on my iPhone and figured out you can set reminders based on location, so you can

Visit MaximumLawyer.com for complete show notes of each podcast episode, tips, hacks and more resources!  Today on the show we have Oli Billson, lifelong entrepreneur and marketing legend. In this episode, we’ll talk about the his four main profit activators he sees in all of his seven-figure businesses, including: -Having a real vision of how you’re going to scale your firm past the plateau point -Building a growth team with the capability to scale you from six to seven figures (or seven to multi-seven) -Having an inbound sales team -Building an “automation playbook” He’ll also reveal some of the biggest business myths

Visit MaximumLawyer.com for complete show notes of each podcast episode, tips, hacks and more resources!  Today on the show we have Ryan Brown, a long-time member but brand new criminal defense attorney with his own solo practice in rural Georgia. In this episode we’ll discuss some of the biggest issues he runs into as a new attorney, as well as give him suggestions on how to expand his firm so that he can focus on the areas of practicing he loves, all without compromising his vision. We’ll talk about: -Recognizing systems you can improve and actually following through -How to integrate automation

Visit MaximumLawyer.com for complete show notes of each podcast episode, tips, hacks and more resources!  Today on the show we have Joe Fier and Matt Wolfe, co-hosts of the Hustle & Flowchart podcast and Evergreen Profits. They’ll discuss living through the evolution of WordPress, their Evergreen Content Traffic model, how to integrate affiliate revenue into your business, and delegating tasks to operate in your Zones of Genius. Some of the strategies they’ll discuss: -Getting on podcasts -Getting the right people on your podcast -Affiliate revenue -Content marketing and retargeting -Newsletter promos -How lawyers can use video content Hacking’s Hack: Optimize the content

Today on the show we have Jay Ruane, Ryan McKeen, and Bill Umansky, co-authors of Tiger Tactics: Powerful Strategies for Winning Law Firms. They’ll discuss staying energized, their favorite chapters of Tiger Tactics, writing a book with multiple authors, and things they wish they could tell their younger selves. If you listen closely you’ll even get to hear the story of Bill’s enlightening California bender, how to create a vision, and how to maintain balance in your lives and practices. Hacking’s Hack: Tiger Tactics and born to lead Renee brown Business owners need to build an environment for connection Tyson’s

Visit MaximumLawyer.com for complete show notes of each podcast episode, tips, hacks and more resources!  Today on the show we have Michael Foster and Brian Wallace, co-founders of Foster & Wallace. Their firm is based in Kansas City and is brand new-less than a year old. We’ll discuss taking the leap from BigLaw to running a practice, the biggest challenges they’ve faced in making the transition, running a firm with two different practice areas, establishing yourself with a website, Hacking’s Hack: Ryan McKeen said at the beginning of the year that he’s done reading business books. I’m reading a book right now

Visit MaximumLawyer.com for complete show notes of each podcast episode, tips, hacks and more resources!  Today on the show we have Sarah Schaaf, lawyer and CEO of Headnote. We’ll discuss Headnote, advice to lawyer parents, working in the legal field vs the tech field, and more. Sarah has worked at a variety of firms and see the whole gamut of billing methods by law firms. What’s happening right now for most law firms is they send an invoice out and wait to see if they get a check a few weeks to months later. There’s a series of meetings and awkward collection