In this conversation, lawyer, entrepreneur and speaker, Alycia Kinchloe, shares her story, experiences, and valuable ways you can pivot to your next area of practice or new business. She also shares tips on how you can defeat imposter syndrome (most of us deal with this every now and then), and finally, Alycia gives you methods and approaches to help you shorten the learning curve when it comes to mastering your job, occupation or profession. You can listen on all your favorite podcasting platforms like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Play, Soundcloud and Libsyn.
If you’ve been thinking about making a change or, if COVID-19 has forced to you do something different, then you’re going to enjoy this conversation. For those of you who prefer video, you can catch this interview on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
I know you’re going to find massive value in this episode. Please share with your friends and, also reach out to Alycia Kinchloe with your questions or needs!
I also tell the story of why, after after 34 years of practicing law, building multiple successful businesses, and representing thousands of clients, I needed to pass this information along to you.
If I haven’t already told you, THANK YOU to everyone who helped, in any way, during this crazy and rewarding journey through life.
To my clients, thank you for allowing my firm the opportunity to serve you and help.
To the experts (and friends) who took the time to contribute their knowledge and wisdom in the chapters they graciously shared in the book, thank you so much. I appreciate you.
To each and every mastermind member, thank you. I appreciate you and all of the value we’re sharing back and forth each week. I learn as much from you, as I hope you’re learning from me. Let’s keep the dance moving forward and continue to make each day our masterpiece.
To everyone else, I’m here for you. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or comments. Life is all about helping and at this point, that’s all I truly want to do.
Finding an experienced lawyer and law firm to help you with your case can be challenging. In this interview, Mitch shares 3 ways to find a great lawyer and, 9 specific questions you should ask each lawyer you interview. He also shares the answers you need to hear to each question.
While this interview revolves around catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases, the ideas and approaches Mitch shares work in all different types of legal cases. If you need a good lawyer to help you fix a problem or, find a legal solution, take a few minutes and listen to this interview.
One service that compliments what Mitch talks about is LegalShield. It’s kind of like the Uber of law and Mitch has been using the service and has been a member for years.
It’s inexpensive and using your phone, email or app, it allows you to have access to legal counsel in all 50 states. If you’re an individual or business (online or offline) and need easy access to a good law firm, take a look at LegalShield.
I enjoyed every minute of being a guest on Rebekah Radice‘s popular Brand Authority #Podcast. We talked #socialmedia for business owners and professionals and specifically, how to convert content and engagement into meaningful professional relationships, sales and profits.
Rebekah’s a true pro and through her questions, got me to share some new approaches and ideas I believe you can use in 2019 to find success. This is definitely worth a listen.
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In this inaugural reboot episode, Gyi Tsakalakis and Kelly Street talk with Mitch Jackson about identifying your “whys,” newsjacking, and other digital marketing strategies. Click here or below to listen and share 😉