Two big mistakes I see online businesses make (and how you can avoid making them yourself)
Are you interested in learning the two biggest mistakes 99% all live video creators make?
Then watch my short two-minute video.
So what did you think? Agree or disagree? I know I’ve been guilty of this in the past. How about you?
If you’d like to dive a bit deeper into a different (and better) mindset focusing on respecting the time and attention of your audience and raising the bar in your professional relationships, then I invite you to watch and listen to today’s Maximum Lawyer Podcast (video and audio links below). These guys did a great job of doing a live video interview the right way.
Co-hosts and lawyers extraordinaire, Jim Hacking and Tyson Mutrux, had Bob Burg on today’s show. Bob is a friend, gifted speaker, consultant and best-selling author of numerous books including “The Go-Giver” and “Adversaries into Allies”).
This past Tuesday on TheShow.Live we chatted about #VR #AR #MR and artificial intelligence (#AI) with industry and thought leaders Robert Scoble and Shel Israel. To date we’ve had more than 5,000 views and you can watch the recorded interview here on Facebook Live or below on Youtube.
Learn more about what’s on the horizon and how this technology is going to change your life. Find out why Robert and Shel wrote their new book, “The Fourth Transformation- How augmented reality and artificial intelligence change everything.” I also invite you to watch more past and upcoming interviews of people disrupting industries and creating change on our weekly livestreaming show, TheShow.live.
Patricia is doing amazing things with her students and in the near future, I can’t wait to see some of them in court. If you’re a teaching looking to utilize live video in your classroom, reach out to Patricia. She’s doing fascinating things with the platforms!
These “thank you” letters just came in from Patricia and her class. Totally made my day!
6 Live-Streaming Rock Stars to Electrify Your Video Strategy (click here to read the post)
Here’s why I’m a fan of Chris Strub: He’s the first person to live-stream and Snapchat in all 50 U.S. states, having taken a 100-day solo journey in the summer of 2015 to work with youth-related organizations nationwide. Chris is the author of “50 States, 100 Days: The Book,” a former social media consultant with Humana and a speaker at The Social Shake-Up 2017 in Atlanta. For more about Chris, visit TeamStrub.com.
I started practicing law in 1986. Back then, it took lots of work and energy to meet new people and develop referral relationships.
Many late nights were spent away from my family at Bar Association and business meetings. Business cards were exchanged, and during the following weeks, trips were made to the law library to research lawyers and their firms. Once the research was done, letters were sent, and phone calls were made. Looking back, it took a great deal of time, effort and money, to get to know someone to the point where they would trust you with their referral.
Today, things are different. Networking is now more efficient, fun and much less expensive. With digital, it’s also expanded to a global sandbox, with the only limitation being your imagination.