Are you struggling with perfectionism in your career? In this episode of the Maximum Lawyer Podcast, Jim and Tyson discuss the damaging effects of perfectionism on law firm owners.
In this episode, Jim & Tyson interview Jeff Horn, owner and principal of Horn Law Group, a firm that specializes in family and divorce. Hereunder Jeff tells about why he focused in family and divorce law, and his two books: Shock Proof Divorce and Shock Proof Family Law. Tune in as they talk about how having processes for everything in the office has helped workflow, the challenge he took in breaking a comfort level and how you learn through experience, and his aim at recruiting lawyers that only want to be family law practitioners to partner with them and grow geographically.
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Jim’s hack: Book "Tiger Tactics”: Powerful Strategies for Winning Law Firms by Ryan McKeen, Billie Tarascio, William Umansky, Theresa DeGray and Jay Ruane. Will have them on MaxLaw with tactful practical things.
Jeff’s hack: Reading book “The courage to be disliked” by Ichiro Kishimi - Some highlights > “You are not a victim, you are not in competition with everyone else during competition with yourself to be your best sales” “Do what you do for your community” - Look at the practice of law
Tyson’s tip: Eliminate least profitable activity from your life and start doing more profitable activities
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