Are you a law firm owner who is overworked and needs more support? In this episode of the Maximum Lawyer Podcast, Tyson Mutrux discusses the crucial role of delegation in law firm management.
This week on the show we have Nick Oritz, owner of Ortiz Law Firm, based out of Pensacola, Florida. Nick represents policyholders in individual disability, group disability, and ERISA long-term disability claims.
In today’s episode we’ll talk about ultimate goals, struggles with managing employees and marketing.
Here’s a hack to make more connections. I take a photo of myself with the books that I order and tweet it out with references to the authors Twitter account. When I received Duct Tape Marketing and tweeted it, the author John Jantsch liked it and retweeted it.
If you’ve been wanting to learn another language, check out the Duolingo app, it’s free! The app feels more like a game because it gives you points and challenges you. If you like to play games on your phone it might motivate you to learn a new language.
Don’t give up just because something doesn’t seem to be working. Too many lawyers try something once and say, “Oh, that doesn’t work”. Sometimes it requires refinement and tweaking.
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