Escape Rooms and Law Firm Disfunctionality

Last weekend I decided to try out an escape room. If you haven’t heard about these, you are temporarily locked in a room and given a series of clues to solve various puzzles in order to “escape.” It was a ton of fun, very challenging, and we were able to escape with just ninety seconds Read the full article…

Low on billable hours? 5 reasons blogging may be the answer.

Have you ever thought what it would be like to have a whole day in the office with nothing to do? I shudder to think about what that feels like. It happened to me many times early on in my legal career. The year was 2009 and deal flow had ground to a screeching halt Read the full article…

These Common Blogging Truths are False

via GIPHY There was a time in the not too distant past when the world of blogging, content, and social media was like the Wild West. Lack of real data allowed any crazy person with a Macbook and a hotspot claim to be an enlightened teacher of blogging and content creation to drive traffic and Read the full article…

Single Tweet Wins Business for Regional Law Firm

Last week, a partner in an established VC firm told me “I chose a local law firm over a national law firm this week because of a single tweet.” Let me preface this post by stating that I am a huge fan of Twitter and social media in general for business development. In fact, that Read the full article…

The Innovation Test

Richard Susskind once said, “It’s tough to walk into a room full of millionaires and tell them they are doing it wrong.” Just look at Kodak, one of the most profitable companies in the world for a time. Or consider the biggest companies in the world sixteen years ago. Only one was a technology company. Read the full article…

Moving Social Media Skeptics Up the Ladder

On a daily basis, I hear success stories of attorneys, accountants, recruiters, and other professionals who have brought in substantial business through their social media presence. One client reports that their professionals actively using social media are generating 300 percent more clicks to their firm bios compared to firm members who are not active on Read the full article…

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