Here’s why I don’t play the lottery. Like most people, I’m sure, I used to dream of winning the lottery growing up. Despite the enormous odds, I thought maybe I was
I recently watched The Defiant Ones, the incredible docu-series about Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine and their rise to the top of the music world. While there are many lessons and takeaways
Have you heard about Packard’s Law? I’m currently reading a book called Good to Great by Jim Collins. It’s simply amazing that almost every business book I read reinforces our
What do you feel or think when you read the phrase “if you don’t have an assistant, you are an assistant”? Last weekend I listened to Hyper Sales Growth by
Do you agree that solo and small law firms are the hardest to run? I know the feeling of being so overwhelmed that you don’t even know where to start
We keep beating the dead horse, and we won’t stop. You should delegate almost everything! Don’t take our word for it, though. I was recently listening to 80/20 Sales and
I don’t love absolutes in language, such as never or always. However, in rare circumstances, such as this one – they’re appropriate. You should NEVER answer your own business phone.
Most of us are not good at calculating actual costs. For example, you send your assistant to get you a cup of $2.00 coffee. So it cost you $2.00, right?
Here’s a short story about show-up Barry. It happened a few years back that had a profound impact on me. I was part of a small cohort from a large
You read that correctly. One of our clients saved $100,000 in payroll. This client owns a title company. Tired of turnover, he decided to look offshore after learning about the