I’m very humbled by this new video recommendation of my book, “The Ultimate Guide to Social Media” from attorney Neal Goldstein. You can watch Neal’s new video on Youtube (make sure to subscribe to his channel) and connect with Neal here.
Everyone who connects with me on social media knows how strong I feel about creating exemplary client experiences. In my opinion, these experiences, and the relationships we form from these experiences, are the foundation for everything we do.
In his new book, Jack Newton, the CEO of Clio, shows you how to create solutions and relationships built around excellent service designed to enhance your client’s experiences. One of the things I liked most about how this book was written is that you don’t have to try and do everything at once. You can take your time and slowly implement these concepts over time.
And one more thing. While you’re implementing these new approaches to improve the client experience, remember to have fun, and share your human side. Add a strong social media and digital component to these approaches using the methods we talk about each week in my LegalMinds mastermind, focus on connecting and building valuable long-term win-win relationships with your clients and everything else will fall into place.
Get your copy of Jack Newton’s “The Client Centered Law Firm” today on Amazon. Click here!
On this NEW EPISODE of The Lawsome #Podcast, the guys got me to reveal my most powerful trial lawyer communication secret, “The Art of Intentional Spontaneity” (it works on #socialmedia too)!
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More past and upcoming interviews and events here.
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The Continuing Education of the California State Bar (CEB) has invited me to be on their webinar to share the following presentation:
“How to Communicate Persuasively in Court and on Social Media”
We go live next Wednesday, November 13th (Noon Pacific | 3 pm ET | 8 pm London). The FREE registration link is RIGHT HERE!
More about the show
Good trial lawyers know that giving a great opening statement or a compelling closing argument involves more than merely sharing the facts and evidence. They know that to build trust and be persuasive, they must weave the facts and evidence into an interesting and sometimes entertaining story that, in the end, adds meaning and value for everyone in the courtroom.
Connecting with others and building your business, especially when using social media, involves the same strategy. During this live video, I’ll show you how to do all of this, and more, to connect in court and on the social media platforms to build new relationships and close more deals.
It would mean the world to me if you register, watch and also share with your friends.
When it comes to marketing, branding and sales, telling a good story is important. But you want to know what’s 10X more important?
It’s telling a powerful, emotional, and persuasive story, THAT EMPOWERS PEOPLE TO TAKE A DESIRED ACTION.
In this interview, I share how I’ve applied 3 decades of trial lawyer advocacy skills, on social media, to do just that. I believe you can do the same thing.
Please click to listen and share if you like the content.