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Lawyerist Podcast

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Lawyerist Podcast
Lawyerist Podcast

Lawyerist Podcast

Lawyerist.com

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A weekly podcast about lawyering and law practice hosted by Sam Glover and Aaron Street. Their conversations with successful lawyers and interesting people cover innovative business models, legal technology, marketing, ethics, starting a law firm, and whenever possible, robots.

Latest Episodes

#253: Meditation & Productivity for Entrepreneurs, with Doug Brackman (Replay)

Disclaimer: This episode was originally aired on September 6, 2017. According to Dr. Doug Brackmann, traditional meditation may not work for innovators, entrepreneurs, and other highly “Driven” individuals who may possess characteristics commonly associated ADHD or OCD. Instead he proposes an alternative meditation style and productivity tools better suited to the Driven brain. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! Thanks to the Law Firm Growth Summit, ROSS Intelligence, Sanebox, and Alert Communications for sponsoring this episode! Show notes: To find out if you are Driven, take the assessment at HighlyDriven.Life. If you want to learn more, pick up Doug’s book, Driven: Understanding and Harnessing the Genetic Gifts Shared by Entrepreneurs, Navy SEALs, Pro Athletes, and Maybe YOU.

49 MIN2 d ago
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#253: Meditation & Productivity for Entrepreneurs, with Doug Brackman (Replay)

#252: The Science of Charisma & Awkwardness, with Vanessa Van Edwards

According to Vanessa Van Edwards, charisma is charisma is “a compelling attractiveness or charm that can inspire devotion in others.” In this episode she explains what factors into charisma—and awkwardness—and how everyone can learn to be more charismatic. Thanks to PwC Insights Officer, Alert Communications, Sanebox, andROSS Intelligencefor sponsoring this episode! Watch Vanessa’s presentation at TEDxLondon in 2017, “You are contagious.” Take theCharisma Quizand find out where you fall on the charisma scale.

28 MIN1 w ago
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#252: The Science of Charisma & Awkwardness, with Vanessa Van Edwards

#251: Trauma, Stress, & Keeping Your Sh*t Together, with Sherry Walling

Dr. Sherry Walling helps smart people do hard things, but trauma can get in the way. In this episode she explains what trauma is and where it comes from, how to find out if you have trauma, and how it can be linked to other mental health issues, like depression and anxiety. Thanks to PwC Insights Officer, Alert Communications, Sanebox, and ROSS Intelligence for sponsoring this episode! Sherry’s book is The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Keeping Your Sh*t Together: How to Run Your Business Without Letting it Run You. To learn more about the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) research, visit the CDC resource portal.

54 MIN2 w ago
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#251: Trauma, Stress, & Keeping Your Sh*t Together, with Sherry Walling

#250: Making a Remote Workplace Work, with Maryellen Stockton

Maryellen Stockton helps companies figure out how to build healthy, productive remote or hybrid workplaces. In this episode she explains the different kinds of remote workplace arrangements, discusses some of the biggest challenges, and how to hire and manage effectively. Plus, she shares some of her favorite software tools for collaborating remotely.

45 MIN3 w ago
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#250: Making a Remote Workplace Work, with Maryellen Stockton

#249: The Alter Ego Effect, with Todd Herman

Todd Herman’s book, The Alter Ego Effect, offers a tool for getting more out of “the six inches between your ears,” as he likes to say. In this episode he explains what the alter ego effect is, and how to use an alter ego to overcome your biggest challenges.

53 MINNOV 7
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#249: The Alter Ego Effect, with Todd Herman

#248: Hiring on Values & Unscheduled Phone Calls, with Ben Hudson

Ben Hudson made a hire for his small firm that really didn’t work out. So he went back to the drawing board on his hiring process. He took the time to outline his core values and build a thoughtful, slow-moving hiring process around them to make sure his replacement was the right person. Ben doesn’t take unscheduled calls, either, because it’s better for him and his clients.

40 MINOCT 31
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#248: Hiring on Values & Unscheduled Phone Calls, with Ben Hudson

#247: Work-Life Balance and Raising Entrepreneurial Kids, with Jim and Jamie Sheils

In this episode with Jim and Jamie Sheils, we talk about work-life balance and what it’s like raising entrepreneurial kids.

46 MINOCT 25
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#247: Work-Life Balance and Raising Entrepreneurial Kids, with Jim and Jamie Sheils

#246: Small Firm Profile, with Justie Nicol

In this episode with Justie Nicol, we talk about her transition from a solo to small firm, KPI’s, and her Harry Potter-style House Cup system.

35 MINOCT 17
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#246: Small Firm Profile, with Justie Nicol

#245: The One Thing, with Geoff Woods

In this episode with Geoff Woods, we talk about what the ONE thing means, why we shouldn’t focus on more than one thing, how to pick a “thing”, and how to overcome the challenges along the way.

43 MINOCT 10
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#245: The One Thing, with Geoff Woods

#244: Tech Savvier Lawyers, with Adriana Linares

In this episode with Adriana Linares, we talk about how lawyers can “level up” their tech savviness. We talk about transitioning to the cloud, dropbox versus document management, basic automation, and outsourcing simple tasks to make work and life easier.

47 MINOCT 3
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#244: Tech Savvier Lawyers, with Adriana Linares

Latest Episodes

#253: Meditation & Productivity for Entrepreneurs, with Doug Brackman (Replay)

Disclaimer: This episode was originally aired on September 6, 2017. According to Dr. Doug Brackmann, traditional meditation may not work for innovators, entrepreneurs, and other highly “Driven” individuals who may possess characteristics commonly associated ADHD or OCD. Instead he proposes an alternative meditation style and productivity tools better suited to the Driven brain. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! Thanks to the Law Firm Growth Summit, ROSS Intelligence, Sanebox, and Alert Communications for sponsoring this episode! Show notes: To find out if you are Driven, take the assessment at HighlyDriven.Life. If you want to learn more, pick up Doug’s book, Driven: Understanding and Harnessing the Genetic Gifts Shared by Entrepreneurs, Navy SEALs, Pro Athletes, and Maybe YOU.

49 MIN2 d ago
Comments
#253: Meditation & Productivity for Entrepreneurs, with Doug Brackman (Replay)

#252: The Science of Charisma & Awkwardness, with Vanessa Van Edwards

According to Vanessa Van Edwards, charisma is charisma is “a compelling attractiveness or charm that can inspire devotion in others.” In this episode she explains what factors into charisma—and awkwardness—and how everyone can learn to be more charismatic. Thanks to PwC Insights Officer, Alert Communications, Sanebox, andROSS Intelligencefor sponsoring this episode! Watch Vanessa’s presentation at TEDxLondon in 2017, “You are contagious.” Take theCharisma Quizand find out where you fall on the charisma scale.

28 MIN1 w ago
Comments
#252: The Science of Charisma & Awkwardness, with Vanessa Van Edwards

#251: Trauma, Stress, & Keeping Your Sh*t Together, with Sherry Walling

Dr. Sherry Walling helps smart people do hard things, but trauma can get in the way. In this episode she explains what trauma is and where it comes from, how to find out if you have trauma, and how it can be linked to other mental health issues, like depression and anxiety. Thanks to PwC Insights Officer, Alert Communications, Sanebox, and ROSS Intelligence for sponsoring this episode! Sherry’s book is The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Keeping Your Sh*t Together: How to Run Your Business Without Letting it Run You. To learn more about the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) research, visit the CDC resource portal.

54 MIN2 w ago
Comments
#251: Trauma, Stress, & Keeping Your Sh*t Together, with Sherry Walling

#250: Making a Remote Workplace Work, with Maryellen Stockton

Maryellen Stockton helps companies figure out how to build healthy, productive remote or hybrid workplaces. In this episode she explains the different kinds of remote workplace arrangements, discusses some of the biggest challenges, and how to hire and manage effectively. Plus, she shares some of her favorite software tools for collaborating remotely.

45 MIN3 w ago
Comments
#250: Making a Remote Workplace Work, with Maryellen Stockton

#249: The Alter Ego Effect, with Todd Herman

Todd Herman’s book, The Alter Ego Effect, offers a tool for getting more out of “the six inches between your ears,” as he likes to say. In this episode he explains what the alter ego effect is, and how to use an alter ego to overcome your biggest challenges.

53 MINNOV 7
Comments
#249: The Alter Ego Effect, with Todd Herman

#248: Hiring on Values & Unscheduled Phone Calls, with Ben Hudson

Ben Hudson made a hire for his small firm that really didn’t work out. So he went back to the drawing board on his hiring process. He took the time to outline his core values and build a thoughtful, slow-moving hiring process around them to make sure his replacement was the right person. Ben doesn’t take unscheduled calls, either, because it’s better for him and his clients.

40 MINOCT 31
Comments
#248: Hiring on Values & Unscheduled Phone Calls, with Ben Hudson

#247: Work-Life Balance and Raising Entrepreneurial Kids, with Jim and Jamie Sheils

In this episode with Jim and Jamie Sheils, we talk about work-life balance and what it’s like raising entrepreneurial kids.

46 MINOCT 25
Comments
#247: Work-Life Balance and Raising Entrepreneurial Kids, with Jim and Jamie Sheils

#246: Small Firm Profile, with Justie Nicol

In this episode with Justie Nicol, we talk about her transition from a solo to small firm, KPI’s, and her Harry Potter-style House Cup system.

35 MINOCT 17
Comments
#246: Small Firm Profile, with Justie Nicol

#245: The One Thing, with Geoff Woods

In this episode with Geoff Woods, we talk about what the ONE thing means, why we shouldn’t focus on more than one thing, how to pick a “thing”, and how to overcome the challenges along the way.

43 MINOCT 10
Comments
#245: The One Thing, with Geoff Woods

#244: Tech Savvier Lawyers, with Adriana Linares

In this episode with Adriana Linares, we talk about how lawyers can “level up” their tech savviness. We talk about transitioning to the cloud, dropbox versus document management, basic automation, and outsourcing simple tasks to make work and life easier.

47 MINOCT 3
Comments
#244: Tech Savvier Lawyers, with Adriana Linares
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