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.
In today’s episode, Jim and Tyson chat with Neal Goldstein! They dive into the journey of his new book and personal injury law. If you’re interested in learning more about his new book, the shift to a more co-counsel role, and the PI trend, check out this week’s episode.
Neal has devoted almost 30 years to helping victims of personal injuries navigate a challenging maze called the legal system. It has always been his goal that every one of his clients feels respected and attended to. No client should ever pass through the doors and feel isolated or ignored.
He lived the first half of his life near the beach in Far Rockaway, a small community in Southeastern Queens. Currently, he lives in Long Beach, another beachfront community in the Southwestern part of Long Island. Obviously, Neal loves living near the ocean. He has been very involved in the Long Island community and, in 2000 was asked to join the Board of Directors of the Friedberg JCC and a few years later, he was elected to the position of President of the Board.
Neal has always tried to stay active in the communities where he lived, whether it was being involved in youth groups, working in the area, or just keeping in touch with old friends or making new ones.
1:20 the world has changed, and so have I
4:39 maybe I shouldn’t have said that
9:20 how we’ve evolved into who we are today
12:11 why the shift
16:07 I always maintained some kind of relationship with a client
20:35 finding out what you like
Jim’s Hack: Leave a legacy for your kids. Think about different ways to memorialize your journey in life to leave for your kids.
Neal’s Tip: Check out the Steve Jobs commencement speech on YouTube.
Tyson’s Tip: Send a text to at least one friend a day letting them know that they’re awesome!
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