Let’s Go Solo!: Tips and Ideas for Running and Succeeding with Your Own Law Practice
In this episode, Steve Fretzin discuss:
- Top 5 tips and ideas for starting your solo practice.
- Knowing your sweet spot in the marketplace and how to find it.
- Leveraging your network and going after the low hanging fruit first.
- Evolving and changing with the socioeconomic climate.
- Evaluate your strengths and your weaknesses – there is always something to leverage or improve.
- Consider rewriting your business plan to take into consideration the state of the world at this moment, it may have changed since last year or even since January.
- It’s not about creating a list, it’s about taking action on that list.
- If you don’t have a coach, have an accountability partner to help you to achieve your goals and help them to achieve their goals.
“Your level of activity will determine your level of success.” — Steve Fretzin
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Show notes by Podcastologist Chelsea Taylor-Sturkie
Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You’re the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
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