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  • Why it’s Good Business to Fire a ClientMarch 16, 2017

    We spend so much of our time, energy and money on attracting and keeping clients that the thought of firing one seems defeatist. But firing clients can be good for business. Here’s why.     Bad clients waste out time. One of the annoying elements of a bad relationship is that it tends to take […] … Read more »

  • Why Do We Need Succession Planning?February 25, 2017

    For some lawyers – especially those with 30+ years of practice under their belt – succession sounds like business speak for “force me out”. And as the senior lawyers in a firm usually wield power, either because they are rainmakers or sit on the executive, they can keep succession off of the agenda … Read more »

  • Tips for Improving ProductivityFebruary 7, 2017

    My friends and colleagues know me as someone who can get a tremendous amount done in a typical day, week, month or year. My secret is that I’m an efficiency nut. Over the years, I’ve developed a series of strategies that have helped me to remain as productive and organized as possible. I’ve shared t … Read more »

  • Leadership Lessons from Tom PetersJanuary 14, 2017

    In 2016 I attended an event that allowed me to hear, for the first time in person, from business writer Tom Peters. My first impression was that he’s reached an age where he really doesn’t care about what people think of him – he just tells it like he sees it, which is refreshing. His […] Read more »

  • Why Do I Need a Marketing Plan?January 2, 2017

    If you were to go on a holiday, would you just jump in your car and start driving? Of course you wouldn’t. You’d determine your destination. You’d figure out the best time to go. You’d book accommodations and make travel arrangements. You’d consider the costs involved, and you’d pack according to th … Read more »