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Discover a new vocabulary
You won’t find any business buzzwords here. Our list of words is designed to inspire attorneys to reframe their mindset and look at client relationships through a new lens, while still maintaining their authenticity.
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The latest topics, trends and tips on how to build the mindset needed to create the ultimate book of business.
Build Your Book and Your Business With Generosity
Generosity, the act of giving more than is necessary or expected, unfortunately is not a word often associated with the legal profession, though I know countless generous lawyers. Yet, I have found authentic generosity to be one the most effective strategies for building a book of business because it builds trust, the secret sauce of any relationship.
Corporate Counsel Women of Color – Eighteenth Annual Career Strategies Conference
Join Janice Brown Principal at Meyers Nave and Founder of Beyond Law and the other panelists for Developing a Quality Book of Business 2.0 – Even in the Pandemic
The #1 Trait For Building Your Book of Business
After many years in the legal profession, I’ve noticed that my colleagues tend to share certain traits that make them good lawyers. Most are very smart. Most have a strong work ethic. And they fight hard for their clients. Which leads to an interesting question –why do so many smart lawyers struggle when it comes to getting new business?
Take a peek at Beyond Law’s bookshelf for topics and authors who are helping people tap into their true potential and build their business, their way.
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By Carol Dweck
Dweck is a professor whose students begged her to write this book. It explains the necessity of a growth mindset, which can be learned. The bottom line is, people with growth mindsets are happier, more successful and, although she doesn’t say it, probably have more sex… more from our bookshelf
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