Josh Fitch: Developing Your Networking Army

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Josh Fitch discuss:

  • Taking educated risks. 
  • How Josh started his own firm directly out of law school. 
  • Networking as an allyship. 
  • Having a fit with you, your client, and your employees.  


Key Takeaways:

  • Having a partner takes away some of the isolation of running a firm alone. It also gives you a time to share in the victories and strengthen each other through the trials. 
  • Have a contract for your partnership, but also have written agreements as to what is expected from each partner that is measurable and specific. 
  • We live in a digital age, the power of a face-to-face connection is immeasurable. 
  • Look at what revenue you are losing by doing tasks that don’t need to be done by you. Get those off your plate.  How much are you willing to pay for the comfort of controlling everything? 


“The book of business doesn’t just come out of nowhere, it did require a massive effort of just kind of creating a presence here in Denver.” —  Josh Fitch


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