Month: September 2014

LFMM 073: The Slight Edge (part 3)

If you missed part 1 of the Slight Edge. click here. If you missed part 2, click here. Where the Rubber Meets the Road This final discussion of the book is probably the most important. Yes, there is still some discussion on theory, but there is a lot more in this section on implementation and using the Slight Edge practice in your daily life. For example, there are 7 daily habits discussed that are game changers: Show up. Be consistent. Have a positive outlook. Be committed for the long haul. Cultivate a burning desire backed by faith. Be willing to pay the price. Practice slight edge integrity. To learn more about these slight edge habits and how to incorporate them to make your law firm successful, watch this video. [leadplayer_vid id=”54209216631A6″] Favorite Quotes from The Slight Edge If you haven’t […]

LFMM 072: Law Firm Management Expert Haley Odom Ackerman

It is my honor this week to talk to Haley Odom Ackerman, a former paralegal turned law firm consultant focusing on technology, efficiency, and practice management. If you know your firm needs to incoroporate more technology but you just aren’t sure where to get started, then this interview is a must listen for you. We also talk about how she got one of her articles featured on the front page of the Texas bar journal and how she’s amassed 3000 subscribers to her blog at [leadplayer_vid id=”54187E7E3387D”] Can Great Law Firm Management Make You More Money Haley Odom Ackerman seems to think so (and I’d agree with her 100%). When she started life as a paralegal she had a bird’s eye view into the way law firms were run. She had the opportunity to see law firms that had […]

LFMM 071: The Slight Edge (Part 2)

Successful People Do What Unsuccessful People Won’t Do We’re back with another episode of the Law Firm Marketing Mastery Podcast and we’re continuing with our journey through the The Slight Edge: Turning Simple Disciplines into Massive Success and Happiness by Jeff Olson (you can listen to part 1 here. I’ve never done this kind of in depth analysis of a book on this podcast before, and I think that speaks to the impact this book has had on the way I do things. What I love about this book is it took a philosophy I generally understood and lived by and provided a road map to exponentially increase my productivity, my happiness, and my success. And this episode is chock full of just as much value as part 1.
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