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Strazzeri Mancini LLP. Care to Know: An Innovative Business Model and Culture

Strazzeri Mancini LLP. Care to Know: An Innovative Business Model and Culture

“We believe traditional planning can inadvertently narrow planning conversations too quickly. It’s a slippery slope in which the formulation of the problem—the power of the questioning phase—has become a lost art,” says Joe Strazzeri, principal of the law firm of Strazzeri Mancini, LLP. The firm has two principals, Joseph J. Strazzeri and Stephen J. Mancini, […]

Want to Get More Done? Think Big and Act Small.

Want to Get More Done? Think Big and Act Small.

Lawyers work hard. It’s what they do. The good news is that hard work can be deeply satisfying. It feels good to do a job well done. Accomplishment gives us meaning. Hopefully this resonates, because it’s a feeling you’ve experienced before. But it’s not just me making this assertion about the connection between hard work […]

20 Frustrating Things Lawyers Do While Delegating

20 Frustrating Things Lawyers Do While Delegating

Solo lawyers who want to scale their law practice must delegate. Yes, as a lawyer you have the brainpower to do pretty much whatever you set your mind to do. That’s the problem. You are doing too many things that are outside of your genius zone, which is practicing law, in case you forgot! Delegating […]

How to Deal with Underperforming Lawyers

How to Deal with Underperforming Lawyers

The challenges of a shrinking and intensifying competitive legal marketplace demand that firms address under-performing lawyers quickly and decisively. Business development coaching has increasingly been adopted to help these lawyers get back on track. But, is the traditional model of business development coaching effective? And, if not, what’s missing? Others often perceive lawyers that struggle […]

How to Become a Motivational Leader at Your Firm

How to Become a Motivational Leader at Your Firm

A leader should not only guide others to ensure great professional success, but also inspire, influence, and most importantly, motivate their employees. Here is a guide by Brian Tracy on how to become a motivational leader at your firm. The Leader as Role Model It’s been said, “Leadership is not what you do, but who […]

5 Absolute Musts For Effective Law Firm Intake

5 Absolute Musts For Effective Law Firm Intake

Whether you are a large corporate law firm or small personal injury firm, your intake process is often the first interaction potential clients have with your firm. In a competitive niche like legal services, first impressions matter. The first intake call can mean the difference in not only signing clients who find you online, but […]

New Approaches To Old Challenges IN ELDER LAW

New Approaches To Old Challenges IN ELDER LAW

“For me, elder law is estate planning. However, unlike traditional estate planning, elder law focuses on planning for the potential disability of the grantor. This becomes the primary focus of the planning and estate tax minimization, and probate avoidance become secondary issues,” says Scott Stewart. “This planning approach often includes addressing the issue of benefits […]

Being a True Giver When Networking

Being a True Giver When Networking

Over the past 10–15 years there has been a dramatic increase in the number of people actively focusing on networking. Increasing competition, along with more widespread attention on building a strong network, is encouraging businesspeople to flock to networking functions in droves. This is as true for the legal profession as for any other. However, […]

Relationships ARE Paramount

Relationships ARE Paramount

“My favorite adage is that the most important things in life are not things. They are the relationships you have with friends and family. Both in my life and in my practice, it is my relationships that are paramount,” says Frank J. Johnson, Managing Partner of Johnson Fistel, LLP. The firm employs ten lawyers, three […]

The Wrong Approach to Selling Professional Services

The Wrong Approach to Selling Professional Services

A dangerous epidemic continues to wash through the business community, especially among professionals selling services. In fact, the problem is so prevalent that I gave it a name— “The Juswanem Syndrome.” Sounds a bit odd, doesn’t it? I’ll explain what it means in minute. But first, let’s set the scene … As I mentioned many times, […]

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