After years in development, we have released the OnTrac Practice Builder App for Lawyers. It will take you through the A-Z of growing your practice or firm. In the media here.
Designed for the self-learning lawyer, this App was built upon 16 years of coaching Lawyers in various practice areas, at various stages of their careers, and from far and wide geographical locations. Learn more about the App here.
Associates and Partners alike will find the App invaluable in growing their practice or firm. It covers everything from Practice Management to Leadership and HR.
Looking for more support? Book a consultation with me to discuss how personal coaching can take you there. There being wherever you have set your sights on. Book now.
Until next time, wishing you success with The Business of Law.
I am very pleased to announce the new OnTrac Practice Builder App. It’s an App to help lawyers build and grow their practice or firm. It will take you through the same steps I follow with my one-to-one coaching clients.
Learn at your own pace. I have learned through the years many lawyers are self-learners and they prefer to learn on their own. This App provides the best of both worlds. You can learn on your own, but with the guidance and wisdom accumulated over the past 15 years.
Check it out.
For years I have been saying that the term ‘cross-selling’ is all wrong. The focus should be on the client, not the lawyer or the firm.
Read my latest column from The Lawyers Daily here.
This article was originally published by The Lawyer’s Daily (www.thelawyersdaily.ca), part of LexisNexis Canada Inc.
Last week in talking with one of my clients I learned of an extraordinary story about three young entrepreneurs emerging in this Covid-19 pandemic.
With time on their hands (being out of school), and spending hours playing on FaceTime during this Covid-19 pandemic, Leila Fumano (9) and Libby Fumano (5) of Vancouver, and their cousin Emma Newman (8) of Newfoundland came up with the idea to start a business called The Wave.
With two headquarters -one located in the beautiful Conception Bay South; Newfoundland, the other in picturesque Vancouver, British Columbia, while separated by distance, they consider that they are connected by two oceans coming together to create “The Wave”
While in early stages, they make original artwork, clothing and housewares.
I was absolutely blow away and amazed at the creativity of these three young entrepreneurs. It just goes to show you that we as adults can still learn from children. They came up with their logo, mission statement and are currently recruiting other young and aspiring entrepreneurs to join the wave. Stay tuned for their launch, which by all accounts will not disappoint.