Cindy titled our episode, “How to Love Your Job for 35 Years.” During our chat, I shared tips that have made practicing law fun and interesting. Who knows, regardless of what you do for a living, maybe some of these things will work for you too. Listen here.
Have questions about marketing, branding and doing business in the metaverse? Join Joseph Jaffe and yours truly today at 1pm EST. We’ll be discussing these topics and my new book, “The Metaverse Handbook.” We’ll also be live on Joseph’s Discord immediately thereafter. Start here.
Steve Garfield is the “Paul Revere of Video Blogging” and he’s my live video guest this Tuesday at 11 am ET. Watch live and participate in Q&A on all my social media platforms!
“Steve Garfield is hilariously awesome. He gave us timely advice when we started our videoblog, and now he’s put that advice and more into this ridiculously thorough guide.” -Jimmy Fallon (Late Night with Jimmy Fallon)
Steve is a photographer, writer and investor. He’s not only the “Paul Revere of video blogging,” but also the author of the new book, “Got Seen” an autobiography where Steve shares his 17 Rules for life. Steve’s journey including video and his philosophy on life are our topics during this live video interview show.
What you may not know is that way back around 2010, Steve’s book, “Get Seen: Online Video Secrets to Building Your Business” was instrumental in me continuing to learn and develop my video and live video skills. While struggling with the technology and results, I remember reading Steve’s book and hearing his voice in my ear telling me to keep perfecting my live video efforts and everything would work out.
Fast forward to this week and I’m happy to announce that I have Steve Garfield on my live video show. How fun is this!
The COVID pandemic has fundamentally and permanently transformed industries around the world—and the legal industry is no exception. In this episode of Matters, Jack Newton, CEO and Co-founder of Clio, and Nefra-Ann MacDonald, team leader of Affinity Partnerships at Clio, speak with organizational leaders, educators, and attorneys to hear how the practice of law has changed—and what attorneys need to do to keep pace.