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Owning a Business vs. Running a Practice w/Allison Williams
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Today on the show we have Allison Williams, owner of Williams Law Group in New Jersey and owner of Law Firm Mentors, a business coaching service geared towards law firms looking to grow their practices.
We’ll talk about honing in on extreme legal niches, hiring help without risking your reputation and work quality, and building a book of business from scratch.
Hacking’s Hack: There’s a podcast I listen to called the art of procrastination. In the show the say to look at which items stay on your desk for a long time and find people to delegate them to.
Tyson’s Tip: This one is from the Haskin’s brothers-Google added a general business category to thousands of Google MyBusiness listings that have hurt businesses rankings in Google. Go make sure that you don’t have it, and if you do get it removed ASAP.
Check out Allison's Law Firm Mentor :https://lawfirmmentor.net/
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