This week on the show we have Neal Goldstein. Neal has had extensive experience in the area of Personal Injury law. At Goldstein and Bashner he managed the firm’s caseload and has been involved in the resolution of millions of dollars for his clients. Over the last twenty years Neal has expanded the firm’s clientele so that the firm now represents injured parties all over New York and is co-counsel in numerous claims in other states.
In today’s episode we’ll talk about Neal’s story which has formed his “why” and how he hopes to transition into doing only the things he’s the most passionate about including marketing.
Take a listen at 21:14 to hear Neil talk about a brand video he created!
Now that our Facebook group has grown, we actually have
people in most major markets around the country and my hack of the week
is to connect with those people. I’ve been lucky enough to have some of the best meals with our members. It’s so easy to get caught up in the digital, but Neal’s right, there’s no substitute for human connection.
Because my memory is starting to go on me and because I have ideas that pop into my head at the worst times, I use an app called Otter, Otter voice digital. And it is a great way of speaking your mind very quickly. It actually records everything that you say in text format. It’s searchable. And if you’re doing an interview, or a podcast, it actually separates the voices so it works out very well.
So my tip of the week is a book that my mom gave me. And it’s called The Coffee Bean. It’s a really simple lesson and an easy read. I mean, you could probably read it in 30 minutes. In a nutshell, you look at a coffee bean and really all the power is inside the coffee bean. And you don’t really get that power out until you boil it down. It’s a really neat lesson.
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