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LEE ROSEN
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DIVORCE DISCOURSE

How Much to Pay Your Managing Attorney

Our managing attorney sets her own salary. I trust her to do the right thing. “That’s letting the fox guard the hen house” is the response I get when I explain this to other lawyers. I suppose that’s true. But the managing attorney is already running the henhouse. If I can’t trust her to set …

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How to Get the Really Big Cases

Networking works. I’ve said that before. I’ll keep saying it. Why? Because it works, and I’m trying to help you. I know, networking isn’t cool. It’s not magic like lookalike audiences on Facebook. And, truth be told, I love me some magic. We use magic here, and it makes us money. But magic money is …

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The Latest Posts, Links, and an Update

It has been quite a week on Divorce Discourse and at Rosen Institute. Here’s your weekly update. By the way,  if you’re not already a Premium Member, here’s some info about joining. Joining us would be worth your consideration. Here are the latest programs, links, posts, and Lee Rosen’s update from the road. Lee Rosen Personal Update …

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Podcast: Your Law Firm Is Like a Restaurant

Every day, I’m challenged with finding restaurants in a foreign place. In many ways, restaurants are like law firms tackling their marketing in three broad ways. You have loud ones that pack their dining rooms and lure anybody in with flashy signs and dancing performers. There are quiet ones that aren’t plastered in your face but accumulate a …

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Why Not to Use Automated Client Review Services

There are these services that automate the client review process. You close the file and the service will ask the client to post reviews on Google, Yelp, etc. It’s simple, easy, inexpensive, and totally hands-off. It’s awesome. Don’t do it. Your client just paid you $10,000 for the negotiation and drafting of an agreement. You …

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Are You Working in the Future or the Past?

Here’s a quick quiz. Count your “yes” answers. Are some of your team members independent contractors? Do you work remotely some of the time? Are you as productive remotely as you are at the office? Are you learning new things using online resources? Do your team members provide their own phones? Are your client data …

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What You Need to Know This Week

What’s happening on Divorce Discourse and at Rosen Institute? New programs each week plus an enthusiastic discussion in our private forum. Here’s the latest (some links are for Premium members only—subscription info). If you’re not already a member, you’re invited to join. Here are the latest programs, links, posts, and Lee Rosen’s update from the …

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Podcast: 10 Crazy Marketing Tricks to Try Today

Want marketing advice that works? Get a little crazy. Some of you will think these 10 tips are just another day at the office. For others, they might feel daring. You’re going to step out from behind your desk, give yourself a bit of exercise, and learn to love marketing. Why? These tips have an incredible impact and …

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Why Does Noodle Guy Know More Than You?

He knows more about his business than you do about yours. The dude sells noodles with sauce and your choice of pork, beef, chicken, shrimp, or vegetables on top. He does it out of a stand surrounded by plastic furniture. He’s got a line down the block, and you have to wait for one of …

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Would You Like Fries With That?

It’s no accident that your restaurant-prepared dinner plate is gigantic. I’ve heard it said that some chain restaurant dinners contain enough food to feed four people rather than just one. The plates at The Cheesecake Factory are epic, and that restaurant isn’t alone in serving way too much food. Why are the portions so large? …

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