JDB 133: Top Ten Apps for Your Law Practice

Technology and apps are the fun part of running your own law practice (at least in my opinion).  On this episode I share with you the top ten apps I use for my law practice.

JDB 132: Starting a Hybrid Law Practice

In this episode to I share with you some new directions in both the JDBlogger Podcast and in my law practice – specifically how I plan to incorporate paid online courses into my law practice.

JDB 131: Content Marathon | How to Come Up with Ideas to Write About


Over the last ten years I have written over 800 articles on two different blogs- everyone of them having to do with solving debt problems.

To say that sometimes I get tired of writing articles on debt and bankruptcy would be an understatement.

But content drives the machine that drives the clients that drives the revenue.  Without content on my website my business doesn’t survive.

And because content creation is so important you must remain consistent.  But it is difficult to constantly come up with new topics to write about.

In this episode I give you 5 tips on how to continue to come up with great ideas on what to write about.

JDB 130: How to Close the Deal with Better Initial Consultations

 When it comes to marketing a law practice so much time is invested in simply getting the phone to ring that it can be easy to overlook the vital step of handling the initial consultation effectively.
In this episode I share five tips and strategies for improving your initial consultation and closing the deal with more clients.

JDB 129: 5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting My Solo Law Practice

When I was thinking of applying to law school I decided to reach out to the few lawyers I knew and get their opinion on the practice of law and any pointers they might have for a wanna-be lawyer.

Looking back I realized that everyone of them lied to me! They glossed over the many difficulties in law practice and magnified the benefits.

In this episode I give you five things that I wish someone would have shared with me prior to starting my own solo law practice.

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