Why Listen to Building A Consumer Bankruptcy Practice?

Working with Ben Glass, mindset coach Rem Jackson, uber attorney Web marketing guru Tom Foster  and other lawyers in Ben's mastermind group and business experts that understood not only what needed to change but the specific steps and methods to make those changes, and to sustain those changes, was powerful.

Now thanks to my massive implementation of some fundamental strategies and tactics in the marketing, management, and planning of my practice, my life and my practice just keep getting better and better.

Once I learned this, I realized that sharing my secrets would not only NOT hurt me, but it would actually HELP me. So, at Ben's request, I carefully packaged all my discoveries from the bankruptcy world into a niche coaching program that I could selectively share with other top GLM members who are bankruptcy lawyers - to our mutual collective benefit.

We've Done All The Heavy Lifting For You

What I can promise that you won't find in this Program is a bunch of

good for nothing BS theory that has never been applied before, spewed forth

by someone that has never touched a bankruptcy case before in his life.

 

I am personally using this Program, and have been for the last 17 years, to operate the

largest, most successful bankruptcy firm in not one, not two, but three major metropolitan cities but, this Program, like any other, no matter how good it is, will not work all by itself. If you're not willing to take this information, learn it and take MASSIVE ACTION, then you might as well stop reading right here and resign yourself to be satisfied with the ordinary.

 

Who is Behind This System - and - "Why Should I Listen to You?"

 

I am sure you are asking yourself who the hell is James Brown and why should I listen to what he has to say about building a consumer bankruptcy practice, right? Well, the truth of the matter is I am a husband and father of three young adults. All of my kids have been involved in either sporting or school events and in fact, I have coached both of my boys' ice hockey teams for more than six years. This required a lot of my time to be on the ice with them four to five times per week.

 

Now, the kids are in college and it seems like I have a lot of free time, so good thing that

I love to play golf! I typically play three to four times per week. As you can tell, I don't want to work crazy hours. My normal week usually consists of four working days 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. so that I have enough time to get home and be with my family before going off to play golf, have a lesson or meet with my trainer at the gym. And I still make a lot of money.

 

To me that's about lifestyle, developing the perfect practice first in your mind and then in

reality and designing a practice that fits your lifestyle and not the other way around. Let's face it, my law practice exists to serve my lifestyle. I don't exist to serve my practice. The concept of lifestyle is so important to me and has resulted in so many personal benefits, that I have made it a part of my employee handbook. As a rule, no one in my office, including the attorneys, works more than 40 hours per week. We only get one shot in this life and I want to make it the best I possibly can for myself and I can help other people do the same.

 

Don't end up like 99% of all the lawyers out there who find

themselves going through the motions, not liking their clients, and are absolutely miserable with the practice of law

 

 



Ben Glass
Ben is a nationally recognized expert in attorney marketing and the owner of Great Legal Marketing.