Are you an attorney who is interested in joining a supportive group of fellow attorneys? In this podcast episode, Jim and Tyson explore the impact of their mastermind group for lawyers.
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Wondering if you are doing a good job as a lawyer? Wanting to quit, give up and close up shop? You are not alone. Today’s guest Greg Steele shares his story of startup, struggles with self-doubt, confidence, and owning his own law firm. Maybe your challenges are not external but internal, like Greg? Listen in to how Greg reached out to peers, found his community, let go of a practice area that was draining his resources and how being part of the Maximum Lawyer Guild has helped him achieve success. Let’s get started.
01:14 Greg’s journey to becoming a family lawyer
03:04 Struggling with self-doubt and confidence
08:01 The importance of having a community of peers to share experiences and gain new perspectives.
08:33 Expanding your mindset
09:46 Growing your team
13:18 Letting go of a practice area
16:34 Revenue growth
Jim’s Hack: Find content ideas by using Google’s “People also ask” feature.
Greg’s Tips: Book “13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do” by Amy Morin
Tyson Tip: Use Apple iphone automations to send yourself text messages for reminders etc.
Watch the full video on YouTube here.
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