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Best Neil Tyra podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Neil Tyra podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Where Entrepreneurship and the Law Meet!
 
On the popular YouTube show, ‘Hot Ones,’ host Sean Evans interviews celebrities as they eat increasingly spicy chicken wings. The podcast version, ‘Hot Ones, The Classic Interviews’ looks back at Hot Ones history to unearth extended cuts of some of our favorite hot sauce-fueled interviews of all time. You can expect to hear from names like Neil deGrasse Tyson, Tyra Banks, Ricky Gervais, and more.
 
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Marissa Levin is a serial entrepreneur who has created and operated 3 different businesses, with two currently ongoing. Most notably, her company called Successful Culture International is the standard for helping companies develop a positive company culture. She also writes a column for Inc. Magazine, wrote a book called Built to Scale, and has he…
 
Elizabeth Miller is a law firm management consultant who provides remote law firm administrative services, allowing attorneys to outsource the administrative functions of their offices. She is also the co-author of the book From Lawyer to Lawfirm, which we talk about on the show. Resources: Learn more: http://www.fromlawyertolawfirm.com Read: From …
 
Today, my guest is Carol Williams. She is an immigration attorney currently working out of southern Florida. We talk about her journey from being in big law right out of law school, deciding to open a practice on her own, and then moving towards a virtual practice. Resources: Learn more: https://clwimmigration.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/usavi…
 
My guest today is Brett Trembly. Brett owns a law firm in Florida that he has grown from a solo practice to a mid- to large-sized firm, and also the owner and creator of a company called Get Staffed Up, which is a virtual assistant staffing company. We talk about how you may want to incorporate those resources into the growth of your law firm, free…
 
My guest today is Jason Shultz. Jason is a workers’ compensation attorney based in Maryland. He’s had his own practice going on three years now. In this episode we talk about what motivated him to go into workers’ compensation as a practice area, the challenges that he faced as a solopreneur and the technology he uses so that he can grow and expand…
 
Moshe Amsel is a CPA who helps lawyers understand the financial side of their business. Today he returns to the podcast to talk about a virtual summit he’s running - the Law Firm Growth Summit. The summit will take place December 16-20 and brings together 30 or more law firm experts to share their best insights and strategies on how to grow and pro…
 
Marc Cerniglia started Spotlight Branding because he felt that there really was a better way to do legal marketing. Marketing that focuses on SEO is expensive and can’t work for everyone because there’s only so much space on page one of the Google search results. Instead Spotlight Branding helps solo practitioners and law firms build their brand vi…
 
Holly Chantal helps businesses bring their brand, business model and marketing systems into alignment with their next level of growth. She believes in the power of messaging to help businesses connect with customers that are right for them not just because they have a pulse and a checkbook, but because of their passion, drive and desires. We talk a…
 
John Pontius is based in Rockville, Maryland, and represents individual and business clients before the Internal Revenue Service and state taxing authorities. Today he joins the show to talk about how solo and small law firms can set up their accounting and bookkeeping practices to save time, maximize their income and avoid costly mistakes. Resourc…
 
When he was 31 Joe Bernstein’s former wife asked him for a divorce and that’s when Joe realized he was really unhappy. He set about taking responsibility for his life, lost 150 pounds and stopped living his life through a lens of fear. Now he helps others do the same. He coaches people, mostly men, going through transitions like divorce and custody…
 
Sam Mollaei started off as an employment lawyer. Then he read The 4-Hour Workweek and realized there was another way to leverage his expertise. He created a virtual law firm which has been so successful it has generated over 1000 Google reviews and made him the first lawyer to be a member of the ClickFunnels 2CommaClub ($1 million generated with a …
 
Marco Brown is a frequent lecturer on the process of getting paid as attorneys — and, as I’m sure most of you know all too well, getting paid on a timely basis and paid the full value of your services is a huge problem for solo and small firm practitioners. We also discuss Marco’s transition from an insurance defense attorney to a solo practitioner…
 
Denise Blake is a brand new solo attorney, and in this episode, my goal is to capture the mindset of a new solo in today’s marketplace, how starting a practice today is different from even just a few years ago, and what she’s trying to accomplish with her practice. Resources: Learn more at www.blakelawllc.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/denise-a-…
 
Matthew Trollinger is a solo practitioner attorney specializing in personal injury and workman's compensation down in southern Maryland. Today, we talk about his experience coming from a larger personal injury firm and creating his solo practice, how he went about that process, and all the trials and tribulations that went along with that. Resource…
 
Elizabeth Hill is a Texas attorney and an avid entrepreneur, both owning her own practice and co-owning the Burklee HIll Vineyard with her husband. Her practice deals primarily with commercial litigation, but with a robust and substantial variety of legal services for wineries and vineyards. So, today, we’re going to learn about how Elizabeth carve…
 
A couple weeks ago, we re-aired an episode with David Burkus, author of Friend of a Friend, and I received positive response from that episode that I wanted to share another one of my favorites from back in the archives. (But I promise this isn’t going to be a regular thing now.) Originally aired in April 2017, this episode features Ernie “the Atto…
 
Lesly Longa Vaillancourt and I started our law careers together as associates in a small D.C. firm, and like myself, she’s since moved to start her own estate planning practice (although I only got as far as Maryland, she made it all the way down to Tampa). So, today, we compare notes on our transition from personal injury litigation to starting an…
 
Over the years, I’ve had a lot of people ask me what my best episode is, or which ones they should go back and listen to, and I never have a great answer for them — but I recently re-read the book Friend of a Friend by David Burkus, and I was reminded of the incredible value of understanding human networks. So, today, we’re going to re-listen to my…
 
Stephanie Everett is VP of Community Success over at Lawyerist, responsible for leading the Lawyerist community and Lawyerist Lab, and the co-author of Lawyerist's new book, The Small Firm Roadmap. Don’t let the name of the book fool you, though — it is anything but small. This is a very serious literary work about how to achieve growth and success…
 
Gary Zalarick is the Principal behind The Legal Assistant, a practice management software for U.S. law firms, and a Partner at Sammarro & Zalarick. Gary and his team originally created The Legal Assistant as a way of leveraging technology to solve some of the problems they were experiencing in their firm — all the way back in 2006 — but it’s grown …
 
Whether it’s as a coach and mentor or the founder and creator of the Attorney Master Class, Dustin Cole is dedicated to helping attorneys build more profitable and successful legal businesses. I actually stumbled onto Dustin’s work after reading an article he wrote for Attorney at Work called “10 Rules for Surviving as a Solo or Small Firm Practice…
 
Hey there, fellow Law Entrepreneurs! We had a small snafu that forced us to pull down the episode that was supposed to go live this Monday – sorry about that – so I thought I’d take this opportunity to make a few announcements about what I’ll be doing and where I’ll be going over the next few months, as well as a guest appearance I made on The Lawy…
 
If you’re anything like me, the idea of dealing with a bar counsel investigation of your practice fills you with the heebie jeebies – so, I want to do everything I can to make sure I’m not in that position! That’s why I asked Megan Zavieh to come back on the show and share how she helps attorneys help themselves by providing associated counsel assi…
 
Tom Lambotte, co-author of Macs in Law: The Definitive Guide for the Mac-Curious, Windows-Using Attorney and CEO of GlobalMac IT, returns to The Law Entrepreneur to share three new products designed to help small and solo attorneys optimize and grow their law firms: BasicCare, How to Start a Mac Law Firm, and Optimize Method. BasicCare is the suite…
 
Christopher Lyle is an attorney by day and tech entrepreneur by night. He created the first version of a really interesting platform called Law Hustle to meet the needs of his own law firm in managing the client experience, and he has since released it as a product that’s helping lawyers all over the country organize and automate their practice. We…
 
Rick Piereck has quite a few interesting tidbits on his resume: he was in the Army before law school, worked in a few Maryland state attorney offices as a prosecutor, and claims to have listened to every episode of The Law Entrepreneur before opening his own practice. Rick says he used the insights from our wonderful guests over the past 171 episod…
 
Daniel Mayer has a niche practice providing services and resources to healthcare and mental health practitioners, effectively operating as an outside counsel to practitioners in a heavily regulated industry. This is a vital service area that is getting a lot of attention these days, for a number of different reasons (not all of which are good), but…
 
Elise Buie had to evacuate and leave her life in New Orleans due to Hurricane Katrina, leading to a winding journey across the country that ultimately landed her in Seattle, Washington, where she now practices family law. She’s had to reinvent herself a number of times through this process but she’s always been able to make it work because, as you’…
 
There are questions that come up a lot among solo and small-firm practitioners: What do I do if I have a long-term illness? Or, how do I provide a legacy for my firm so that, when I have to or choose to exit the practice of law, what I built can continue, and even provide for my family? To help us answer these questions, we are joined by Sofia Ling…
 
Christy Zlatkus has been in family law for about a decade, but she just recently transitioned to a solo practice. She has a really interesting approach to creating an environment and practice that is conducive in the family law space, and it seems to be paying off so far. So, today, Christy shares how she created an office environment that supports…
 
Margot Roberts is a solo practitioner who focuses on guardianship law – and I’ll admit that, after filing a petition for guardianship, I wasn’t really sure what the practice area entailed. So, this was an extremely enlightening conversation for me, in regards to what guardianship law is all about and how a solo practitioner can build a successful p…
 
Molly McGrath is the CEO and founder of Hiring & Empowering Solutions, a company that takes a very unique approach to answering two of the most critical questions that I hear most frequently from solo and small firm practitioners: How do I go about hiring staff and how do I train my staff to best support my organization? Molly has a unique take on …
 
Today we’re joined by a familiar face and a new face, Erin Gerstenzang and Megan Zavieh, who recently delivered a fabulous presentation at the ABA techshow titled “Care and Feeding of Social Media: Enhancing Your Presence Online.” So, this episode is about why attorneys should be using social media – because it is an essential tool for communicatio…
 
Today, I’m sitting down with two of the people behind CASEpeer, a case management tool designed to support personal injury attorneys – and as a reformed personal injury litigator, I was blown away by the demonstration of this product. I don’t have any stake in this company, and I don’t get anything for having them on the show, but I really do belie…
 
Today, we’re discussing an interesting and important subject that I have been ignoring for too long: eDiscovery. I had sort of willingly ignored this subject because I didn’t fully understand it and didn’t see it’s applicability to my practice areas, but our industry has gotten to the point that we simply can’t keep ignoring the needs and requireme…
 
Daya Naef is an attorney and the creator of a coaching program called The Success Partner, in which she provides direct coaching to those who are transitioning into law or a new area of law. We’ve talked to a few other legal coaches on the show before, but Daya brings the unique perspective of someone who comes from biglaw. Resources: Learn more at…
 
Melissa Fecak went through a number of different careers – like toy designer and veterinary technician – before starting family law 19 years ago, where she now focuses on mediation and collaborative law. Her diverse background has resulted in a number of unique challenges and opportunities while growing her firm, and I think this episode will provi…
 
Allison Williams is back and she has something new to share with us: Law Firm Mentor. Allison first joined the show back in episode 125, when she discussed creating one of the most successful child abuse defense practices in New Jersey (if not the most successful). We talked about what it took to go from small firm attorney to CEO – Allison scaled …
 
Storey Jones is the developer of a new platform called dtour.life, which I saw demonstrated at the ABA Techshow, and I think this is going to be a game-changing platform for family law attorneys. Dtour.life is the first dedicated SaaS divorce management platform, and in this episode, Storey shares all the ways it will save attorneys time, money, an…
 
Travis Luther is the creator of LawFather, an award-winning digital media agency for lawyers and law firms. They offer clients traditional digital marketing services like web design and search engine optimization, but on top of that, they create innovative mediation and trial support products like digital settlement brochures. They also created a c…
 
I just saw Michael Simon and Andrew Pery present a fascinating discussion at the ABA Tech Show, and I knew it was something I had to share with all of you. Their talk focused on how attorneys can make robots work for them, and today, they’re going to share how solo and small firm practitioners can use artificial intelligence and robots to grow or o…
 
Kimberly Bennett runs a boutique trademark and business strategy practice out of Atlanta that provides a subscription service for businesses all around the country. It is a flat fee for virtual general counsel law services, and it just might offer a glimpse at the future of professional service business models. I’d never really considered a subscri…
 
Erin Gerstenznag is a technology wizard and a solo criminal defense practitioner, and today she shares how she uses technology to leverage her offerings as a criminal defense attorney. We’ll learn how to use technology to gain efficiency and proficiency in a solo practice, including Erin’s robust and well-thought-out client intake process, which co…
 
Chris Godfrey is an estate planning and elder law attorney out of South Bend, Indiana, which is also where he studied law at Notre Dame after competing as a professional football player for nine years. Chris’s family members also lend their assistance to the practice, creating a very homey and familial space to develop his firm. We discuss the flex…
 
Moshe Amsel spent 20 years in the information technology industry before becoming an accountant and business advisor for small businesses, and he now has a successful accounting firm called Dream Builder Financial, which includes a law firm growth coaching program called Profit With Law. Today, he shares how you can grow your law firm and make it m…
 
All the way back in episode 7, Lynette Whitfield discussed an incubator called Law Entrepreneurs for Action (LEAP) designed to help recent law school graduates go directly into private practice. Well, today, we’re talking to a young solo attorney who got her start in one of these incubator programs: Kate DeNobile. Kate now has a thriving practice, …
 
Cary Jacobson is a family law attorney, with a unique twist: she advocates on behalf of people who are looking to get divorced with a minimum of drama. And that’s not an oxymoron – you CAN have a family law case without a lot of drama or histrionics. So, today, we will take a peek into Cary’s practice, how she settled into this niche, and how she o…
 
If you hang around in the podcast and entrepreneurial spaces long enough, you’re sure to come across Tamara Thompson, the CEO and founder of Serious Take Productions. Tamara and her team specialize in helping brands tell their story using video to produce a bigger impact and drive results by building rapport with their ideal clientele. Today, she’s…
 
Christina Daves is a self-taught publicity expert and the author of PR for Anyone: 100+ Affordable Ways to Easily Create Buzz. She can help just about anyone get more attention from media outlets, which is an area that small firm practitioners are woefully underserved. You might think that the only opportunities for small firm practitioners to get …
 
Margeaux Thomas is a solo practitioner who specializes in commercial business litigation, and I thought it would be interesting to get the perspective of a solo practitioner who isn’t in one of the more typical practice areas of estate planning, family law, or personal injury. Margeaux offers an interesting perspective on overcoming the trials and …
 
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