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 Mitch Jackson, The Streaming Lawyer. Listen as they dive deep into the mindset of social media and go over the importance of showing your human side in your marketing, consistency and choosing the right platforms for your content.
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“Everyone is walking around with a smartphone in their hand, and if you are not creating content that works well with a mobile device, you are not going to be relevant. If you are not relevant, you are not going to get noticed, you are not going to be top of mind and you are not going to bring in that new business.”
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Jim’s hack: A new app: Don’t Break The Chain!
Mitch’s hack: SHOW YOUR HUMAN SIDE. Be strategically transparent on social media.
Tyson’s tip: Do you have multiple apps and tabs open on your desktop? One app to rule them all, STATION.
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