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EP 132 – Debbie Ausburn – Adding Value to Your Firm by Listening to Your Clients

Debbie Ausburn is a Partner and Member of Taylor English’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department. She focuses on advising and defending youth-serving organizations.

Find out more about Debbie Ausburn here: http://www.debbieausburn.com/

Ausburn’s background has given her unique insights into defending child care centers and ultimately led to her first book, “Raising Other People’s Children: What Foster Parenting Taught Me About Bringing Together A Blended Family,” available now.

You can purchase Debbie Ausburn’s new book here: http://www.raisingotherpeopleschildren.com/

On This Episode, We Discuss…

  • Finding, Building, & Owning Your Niche
  • The Benefits of Blogging in the Legal Industry
  • Receiving Real World Experience for Your Niche
  • Actively Listening to and Learning from Clients

EP 131 – Dr. Shannon Prince – Concrete Skills Anyone Can Use For Racial Justice in Their Community

Dr. Shannon Prince is an Associate at Boies, Schiller, & Flexner in New York. Dr. Prince practices complex litigation and dispute resolution in a variety of areas.

Dr. Shannon Prince’s new book “Tactics for Racial Justice: Building an Antiracist Organization and Community” can be found at the link below. Use the discount code “FLY21” to purchase the book.

https://www.routledge.com/Tactics-for-Racial-Justice-Building-an-Antiracist-Organization-and-Community/Prince/p/book/9780367700287

On This Episode, We Discuss…

  • Concrete Efforts Firms Can Adapt to Support Diversity & Inclusion
  • Specific Tools for Firms to Learn More on Expanding Diversity
  • Working on Retention and Ascension in Your Firm

EP 130 – Chris Hood – The Future of Artificial Intelligence

Chris Hood is the Head of Business Innovation & Strategy at Google as well as a passionate digital strategist, podcast host, professor, and writer.

Chris is a passionate storyteller and has made it an essential part of his career. With a background heavily immersed in media and entertainment, Chris’ focus is targeted towards mechanisms and technologies for individuals to engage with digital content.

On This Episode, We Discuss…

  • The Legality of AI
  • How AI Could Affect the Future
  • Being Human vs. the Idea of Logic
  • How Apps are Using AI and the Effects

EP 129 – Brian Vogel – Purchasing Leads, Cases and Finding The Right Marketing Partner

Brian Vogel is a Senior Business Development Executive at Velawcity who brings over 20 years of sales experience to the company. Brian’s primary focus has been legal marketing, but he has extensive experience in building sales teams, growing revenue, and expanding their footprint.

Brian’s work in mass torts is not only a passion for him but essential as he strives to educate the public about harmful products or events that they have been exposed to so he can connect them with high-quality law firms and bring them a step closer to receiving justice.

On This Episode, We Discuss…

  • How to Purchase Different Forms of Leads
  • Understanding the Mass Torts Intake Process
  • The Importance of Referrals During a Popular Time for Fake Reviews
  • Increasing Consumer Access to Legal Services

EP 128 – Marques Ogden – Finding the Right Mindset as a Leader

Marques Ogden is a former NFL athlete, Author, Celebrity Success Coach, and Commentator. Marques speaks publicly across the country and helps encourage leaders across the globe on becoming better leaders for their businesses and teams.

On This Episode, We Discuss…

  • Being A Great Leader & Resource to Your Team
  • The Six Competencies for Leaders
  • Serving a Cause Bigger Than Yourself

EP 127 – Mark M. Bello – Transforming Real Life Issues into Novels

Mark M. Bello is a former attorney and civil justice advocate turned author who has written a series of 7 books including a novella and a soon-to-be children’s book series.

Bello takes real-life issues in American and global news and turns them into thrilling, captivating stories. He explores each idea to its fullest and isn’t afraid to embellish on the bad.

Bello spent his career wanting to give the public a front-row glimpse of what victims face when standing up for justice.

On This Episode, We Discuss…

  • Transitioning From A Lawyer to an Author
  • Taking Real Life Issues in American News & Turning them into Novels
  • The Writing Process of a Former Lawyer

EP 126 – Trevor Ewen – Finding Out if Your Firm Needs a Custom Software Solution

Trevor Ewen is the CEO of the Southport Technology Group, a custom software development firm. STG targets decent-size businesses that are tech-enabled with a fair amount of technology throughout their business, but not their primary focus.

On This Episode, We Discuss…

  • Finding the Need for Custom Software in Your Firm
  • Making Customer Development Easier
  • Isolating the Problem in Your Firm’s Software

EP 125 – Chase Williams & Ryan Klein – How Law Firms Will Win in 2022 Part 2

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In part two, hosts Chase Williams and Ryan Klein continue to predict how law firms can win in the upcoming year.

On This Episode, We Discuss…

  • Having a Comprehensive Technical Audit Performed for Their Website
  • Partnering With Transparent, Honest Vendors That Will Help Them Succeed
  • Continuing to Increase Social Validation
  • Understanding Vanity Keywords are More Vain Than Ever
  • Preparing For Changes in Consumer and Computing Behavior

EP 124 – Adam Rossen – Creating a Community with Your Firm

Adam D. Rossen is the founder of the Rossen Law Firm and is currently based in Broward County, Florida. Rossen started in the prosecutor’s office after law school and left to start his own practice with a fellow friend and attorney.

Rossen has earned multiple legal awards such as a 10.0 perfect rating on AVVO and a spot in the Top 100 DUI Lawyers by the National Advocacy for DUI Defense.

The Rossen Law Firm is run under 7 core values that can be found in their client pledge and have received tons of reviews and testimonials from clients about their excellent work and leadership.

On This Episode, We Discuss…
– Implementing EOS into Your Law Firm
– Pinpointing Your Firm’s Marketing Strategies
– Learning How to Grow Your Firm to be the Best

EP 123 – Chase Williams & Ryan Klein – How Law Firms WIll Win in 2022 Part 1

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The Legal Mastermind Podcast Hosts Chase Williams and Ryan Klein revisit a popular episode where the two feature their predictions for law firms that will help them win in the upcoming year.

On This Episode, We Discuss…

  • The Segmentation and Tracking of New Potential Clients
  • Adopting an Official Outlook on Your Firm Being a Business
  • Expanding Your Firm’s Presence Geographically
  • Marketing Your Firm with Paid Campaigns

Part 2 Coming Soon…