Today on the podcast we have Kimberly Bennett, a business strategy attorney and founder of K Bennett Law LLC, a boutique subscription legal services law firm. We’ll discuss how subscription-based legal services proactively address problems before they become issues, how recurring revenue can help you scale and grow your business, and the superpower of knowing what you don't know.
Alycia's Email: email@example.com
Dina Eisenberg joins us in this episode to discuss the huge advantage outsourcing can be to a growing law firm or small business. An underutilized and often misunderstood strategy used in business, outsourcing can help cut costs, workload, and create a better product than was previously being produced. Dina and Alycia discuss who and when to hire others, and how to create a lasting connection between client and employee. They also share how to build an efficient, compact team, and why skill is so useful.
Alycia's Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This episode features Jillian Todd, an attorney who works alongside her father in his law firm. Jillian discusses how she effectively collaborates with her parent to create the ideal workspace, and the the many advantages of being in her unique situation, such as having the opportunity to help shape what will become her own business. She also touches on the disadvantages, like building a name and reputation for herself that is different from her father's.
Alycia's Email: email@example.com
Scaling and growing a law practice is just like growing any other business. In this episode we feature Teri Fields, owner of Obiorah Fields, a law firm in based out of South Atlanta. Teri and Alycia will discuss scaling a firm, expanding into new practice areas, and the unique struggles law firm owners face. She’ll explain how she maintains her mental health, manages client expectations, and some of the steps she is taking to reach her strategic goals.
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Obiorah Fields: https://obiorahfields.com/
Teri’s Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Understanding how to successfully use social media is crucial to creating and growing a successful business. In this episode, Mitch Jackson joins us to discuss the power of social networking, and how it can help one market a business and gain influence, and establish meaningful relationships through referrals. He gives personal experience on how he used these strategies to create his book, and shares some of the ideas discussed in it.
The Ultimate Guide to Social Media for Business Owners, Professionals, and Entrepreneurs: https://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Social-Business-Professionals-Entrepreneurs-ebook/dp/B07L1ZTKP5
Twitter and Instagram: @mitchjackson
Alycia's Email: email@example.com
Utilizing his background in public relations and law, Wayne Pollock founded Copo Strategies in 2016, a unique professional services firm that provides a unique blend of PR services and legal counsel for attorneys and their firms.
With social media marketing all the rage these days, it is easy to overlook traditional media sources like TV and Radio as marketing options for small businesses. In this episode, Wayne uses his experience in the PR field to teach us ways to get free news and TV coverage for your small business and how to use that attention to grow your business exponentially.
Phone number: 215.454.2180
Disregarding proper financing is a frequent mistake made with small businesses. In this episode, we discuss the power of reliable analytics with CEO and founder of Analytic Sherpa, Dave Giancoli. Helping small businesses track and use their data to their advantage, Analytic Sherpa individually guides each business to success.
Phone number: 1-877-657-4377
While all business professionals need a certain skill set to succeed, different fields require specialized expertise. In this episode, we join master photographer Kyron R. to discuss how to grow a business from a creative perspective. Owner of DvS Photography, he shares his experience working in and operating a Photography business. From sharpening your skills to working with lawyers to avoid being taken advantage of, this episode provides great advice for any creative business professional.
Instagram: @dvsphotos @kyronryals
Recommended book: Applied Empathy: The New Language of Leadership by Michael Ventura
Have you ever struggled to find reliable healthcare while traveling? To solve this problem, the company Gauze was founded. An international database with over 20,000 hospitals, Gauze helps travelers, students, and employees find quality care when they most need it. In this episode, Suzanne Garber shares her journey creating and growing her company, and it's impact on travelers around the world.
Gauze Documentary: https://www.gauzethefilm.com/
Whether she's organizing events for NBA players or prepping one of her two spaces for hosting events, Katrina Gilbert demonstrates how finding your niche and being passionate pays off in more than one way. Katrina puts a personal touch on the spaces she owns, which is how she is able to charge a premium over competitors. Listen in to learn how. Find Katrina at: Twitter- EventsByKG Website- KatrinaGilbertEvents.com Instagram- ka_trina Facebook- Katrina Gilbert Weddings and Events
Childcare consulting is complicated work. Working with state and local regulations to set up childcare facilities requires specialized guidance that Moniqueta Coats provides through her consulting firm Unique Consulting Inc. In this episode, Moniqueta discusses negotiation, starting over, and the complexities of childcare consulting.
Instagram: @__.queta.__ @start_a_daycare
Lexi Eveleth, owner of the custom laser cutting business Ever Laser joins us today and talks about growing her custom laser cutting business. We'll discuss Instagram, working with clients on custom work, and delegating, especially when it comes to new employees and complex tasks.
Do you work with non-profits? Today Kishna Jeantine is here to tell us exactly what grant-writing is and more about her company Exponential Growth and Development LLC. Kishna also leaves us with some crucial takeaways on how to avoid selling yourself short when first starting out.
Connect with Kishna: http://egdgrants.com/
Welcome back to The Growth Goal podcast. On this episode CEO and Founder of The Modern Smile Tiffany Smith joins us as we discuss how she helps growing small businesses avoid some of the most common pitfalls. You can find her @TheModernSmile on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Linkedin, and just about everywhere else. Stay tuned!
We're back! Dom Landry joins us for latest episode to discuss how small businesses can plan for greater and longer success by stretching their business plans to to 10, 20, and even 30 years. He discusses how he did this for his own business and his clients.
Listen all the way to the end to find out about our giveaway!
Find Dom on social media at CGMPhilly.
Fran Griesing, attorney, author and speaker discusses her reasoning behind starting her woman-based business law firm and how she was able to make her firm attractive to small businesses and Fortune 500 companies alike. Her advice about establishing a strong organization is based on a love of client, employees, and the work.
In this episode:
-How to make the most of joining organizations
-How to build a strong law practice and organization
-The pivotal moments of growth in Fran's law practice
-How your attorney can be instrumental to your growth strategy
In this episode, Andrea Jack of D&P Financial talks to us about the role your accountant plays in your overall growth strategy. She breaks down the people that should be a part of our (official or unofficial) board of directors.
When is the best time to hire an accountant or bookkeeper?
How to fire a client.
How to pay yourself.
You can learn more about Andrea at DNPFinancial.com.
On social media at Facebook.com/dnpfinancial.
You can also find Andrea Jack on LinkedIn.
Andrea is reading:
4 Hour Work Week
Rich Dad Poor Dad
Blue Ocean Strategy
In this episode Nicole Abboud, Esq. of Abboud Media talks to us about how to use video and podcasting as part of our content mix. Nicole is a Millennial speaker, Owner of Abboud Media - a video branding and podcasting agency for lawyers, a podcaster, former attorney, and college professor.
She talks to us about the most popular types of videos to create and for which purposes. She also discusses how podcasting can lend to our marketing efforts.
Nicole's new podcast: Leaders Love Company
Connect with Nicole:
IG - Nic_abboud
Nicole's tips on networking: Nicole gives us a few quick tips on networking and her email script she sends after meeting someone.
In this episode, we chat with Marcos Espinoza of Side Project Jerky about running his business while working full time. We discuss some of the challenges that arise from partnerships, securing contracts, and staying motivated. And we laugh. A lot.
Tiffany is a recruiter for one of the largest law firms in Philadelphia. She is also a career coach helping individuals grow and transition in their careers. In this episode, Tiffany talks to us about how about:
1. How to know when you are ready to hire;
2. How to prepare to hire your first or next employee;
3. How to write a good job description;
4. How to interview; and
5. How to make sure your new employee succeeds.
Tiffany is currently reading: "Hollywood Commandments" by Devon Franklin and "Drop the Ball" by
Tiffany's Podcast is "How Does She Do it"
Tiffany's Weekly show is " The Career Seekers Show" on YouTube.
You can follow Tiffany on all social media @TiffSouth
We chat with Katy Stoka of One Two Lash!, inventor of the the magnetic eyelash strip. Katy talks to us about how she invented her product. She also speaks to us about how skills in her previous professional life helps her to grow her company. Finally, we speak about how mindfulness and internal dialogue can help business owners deal with the stress of entrepreneurship.
Learn more (and purchase) One Two Lash! at OneTwoCosmetics.com.
You can follow One Two Cosmetics on twitter and Instagram @OneTwoLash
In this episode, Mike Grace of Eagle Lock Company and the Cap Off Brand discusses how he turned a gift to a friend into his new business. Mike discusses reviving an old business, securing the intellectual property (reviewing patents and trademarks), and raising money for initial manufacturing through crowdsourcing.
Zakia Blain of FBF Fitness chats with us about creating a business that helps her manage her brain disorder, helps others to achieve their fitness and health goals, and that allows her to be true self. Specifically, Zakia has created systems and models that not only reduces the stress of running a business, but has also created excitement and exclusivity around her brand.
Zakia's book recommendations include Start with the Why, The Four Agreements, and the Subtle Art of not Giving a F*ck!
You can follow Zakia at:
Download her app on iTunes
Shop at FbFFtiness.com
In this episode, Adrienne Ray, owner of Curve Conscious discuss leaving the corporate world to start a business that fulfilled her. She discusses how she conducted market research to prove that her business served a need. She also discusses how she chose a non-conventional way of doing business to insure her success.
You can reach Adrienne and shop Curve Conscious by going to CurveConcsious.com
In this episode with speak with investor and tax attorney, Courtney Richardson (also known as The Ivy Investor) about creating a foundation and a plan for wealth building.
Courtney discusses managing debt, retirement plans for entrepreneurs, and insurance among other key courses of actions small business owners and entrepreneurs need to take to build their wealth.
You can find Courtney at TheIvyInvestor.com.