Your 2016 Resolution:  Do Things DifferentlyIs your law practice letting you down? Not enough clients? Revenues stagnating or going south? Spending too much time on building frustration rather than building your business?

Then consider this:

If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.

I don’t know who said that – it’s been attributed to both Henry Ford and Mark Twain – but it is so true.

The problems you are having can likely be attributed to doing things the same way you’ve always done them. If the results are not what you want, then you must challenge yourself to break from your past and do things differently.

The answer to building a successful law practice that satisfies you both financially and emotionally can be obtained through effective law firm marketing.

If you don’t have a blog, start one.

If you don’t have a presence on social media, get one.

If your website is old and tired, fix it.

If you have scant prospects, start using email and inbound marketing practices to fill the funnel.

If you’re not converting the prospects you have into clients, implement a lead conversion process to change that.

There are abundant resources for you to learn how to effectively do and manage all these strategies. Our Rainmaker Retreat is just one of them. Sign up for a webinar. Attend a workshop. Start reading marketing blogs and learning about all the low-cost ways you can effectively market your practice.

Several hundred attorneys made the first step to do things differently in 2015 by attending a Rainmaker Retreat. Here are some of their comments:

“This is the absolute best seminar I have attended in 37 years.  Stephen is direct and clean at defining what needs to be done to succeed.  He knows lawyer marketing and has many personal results from successful lawyers all over the country.  I am on board to be one of them.  Thank you Stephen!” -Thomas B., Partner, Personal Injury, Fort Wayne, IN

“The session on social media was so good I felt like it alone was worth the cost of attendance.” -Justin T., Solo, Criminal and Personal Injury, Birmingham, AL

“This is the seminar that you do not want your competitors to know about.”– Brian D., Attorney, Family Law, Raleigh, NC

“There are at least 15 things I learned this weekend I can use on Monday to grow my business.” – Clarence S., Solo, Criminal Defense, Atlanta, GA

We have Rainmaker Retreat sessions already scheduled for the first half of this year, and they are filling up fast:

*This special Wednesday-Thursday Rainmaker Retreat will directly follow the National Trial Lawyers Summit on Feb. 7-9, 2016 at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel.

Plan ahead and take advantage of the Early Bird pricing, where you can save 30% off the regular price.

Remember: the worst thing that can happen is not failing. It’s doing nothing.