Two Pieces of Advice For Law School Graduates

Two Pieces of Advice For Law School Graduates

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Career Development & Education Leave a Comment

Congratulations, graduates! Finishing law school is no small accomplishment. I know I don’t need to tell you that as you’ve lived it daily. Your Incredible Opportunity You are about to enter an amazing part of your lives where you get to put all of your knowledge, drive, personality, and dreams together to help others while making a living doing it. …

Why Won't Publications Ask You For A Quote

Why Won’t Publications Ask You For A Quote?

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Content Marketing, Lawyer Marketing, Social Media Leave a Comment

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get the trades and business publications to write about one of your recent matters or accomplishments? Wouldn’t it be nice if your name was included when your client’s merger was discussed in the news? Wouldn’t it be great if your local business journal acknowledged what you and your firm are doing in the …

Burger King's BIG Twitter Mistake: Lessons Learned

Burger King’s BIG Twitter Mistake: Lessons Learned

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Crisis Management, Social Media, Twitter Leave a Comment

In case you were too busy yesterday to notice the Internet blowing up about Burger King’s social media misstep, let’s take a moment or two to help you catch up, and for me to share my perspective on the situation so that we can all learn from this situation. We all need to be very careful about being clever on …

Lawyers, A Robust LinkedIn Profile Is Not Enough

Lawyers, A Robust LinkedIn Profile Is Not Enough

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Business Development/Sales, LinkedIn Leave a Comment

You can’t expect your LinkedIn profile to do all of the heavy lifting for you. You might be surprised to read that from me because you know me as an active LinkedIn trainer and coach, but this next point is important. Networking Is A Contact Sport When it comes to reaching the right people at the right time with the …

Lawyers, Before You Host A Webinar or Event, Do This First

Lawyers, Here Is A Webinar and Virtual Event Checklist For You To Follow

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Video Marketing, Virtual Presentation Skills Leave a Comment

You’re finally on-board, interested, and maybe even a little excited about hosting a webinar or other online event. Intuitively, and maybe even competitively, you know you need to be “out there.” You’re ready! Well, before you take one more step, there’s something you need to do first or your event could be a flop. Let’s discuss. Listen, Then Download The …

How Soon Should You Contact A Potential Client

Lawyers, How Soon Should You Contact A Potential Client?

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Business Development/Sales, Content Marketing, Training in Client Service and Business Development/Sal Leave a Comment

I have been the recipient of a few practices that I think border on professional stalking, and you probably have, too. The last thing that I want for you is to be perceived as though you are overstepping or professionally stalking your potential clients, so I want you to learn from my experience. I recently attended a wonderful webinar hosted …

Should Lawyers Use Clubhouse?

Are You Tempted By Clubhouse and Other Bright, Shiny Social Media?

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Audio, Podcasting, Social Media Leave a Comment

Clubhouse is the next social media darling. It is social audio that promises to connect you with people and conversations at a much deeper level than you might find elsewhere. It is one of the fastest-growing apps in at least a century…okay, maybe not really a century because there weren’t apps then, right? At the time of this podcast recording, …

Should You Add Video or A Podcast To Your Blog

Should You Add Video Or A Podcast To Your Blog?

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Blogging, Content Marketing, Podcasting, Video Marketing, Videos Leave a Comment

You may be wondering if you should mix things up and swap out some of your blog posts with video, or maybe even a podcast. Quick Answer: Yes. This question was posed in a group I’m a part of by someone who said he was thinking about posting video on his firm’s blog now and then. If you like video, …

I’m Not Worthy To Put Myself Out There

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Career Development & Education, Motivation Leave a Comment

“I’m not good enough. “I don’t know enough.” “There are others who know more than I do about this.” “What if someone asks a question I can’t answer?” “I’m not a great writer.” “I don’t look good on camera.” “I cringe when I hear my voice.” Sound Familiar? Do any of those sound or feel familiar? I want you to …