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This week has been a real eye-opener for the good
This week has been a real eye-opener for the good. By noon yesterday, I had already had six new files and I can directly attribute four of them to the new way of marketing I implemented after the conference. A motorcycle wreck (broken bones) was directly from a book order from about two weeks ago and he finally got around to coming in. Pepsi truck hit a lady's car and she had delayed getting a lawyer. Her passenger gave her my book and told her to call me. The funny thing is I don't know the passenger, have no idea how he got my book and he is actually being represented by a TV lawyer ( I guess he doesn't like that lawyer). A car accident case referred by former client-and I am confident the client would not remember my name if not for the newsletter (and I confirmed with the new client that my former client still lived at the same place-so I know he is getting my newsletter). A car accident case who got to me via AVVO. That is my first one from that site. And I had never heard of AVVO until the conference. Just thought you might want an update from the front lines!! Thanks for the good ideas!Mark A. Anderson| Personal Injury Trial Law|Texas
"It tuned me up. It Was My First Summit and I Returned With a New Attitude"
It tuned me up. It was my first and I returned with a new attitude. The four marketer of the year presentations were alone worth the price. Most people don't have the ambition for success (and I don't mean only financial success) and it was good to be with a crew that does have ambition. I came home and finished off the strongest October ever. I've hired someone whose sole job is to implement Great Legal Marketing suggestions. She starts Monday. The most important thought I took from the Summit was this: it's not cool to work 70 hours a week and make lots of money; it's cool to work 30 hours a week and make twice as much as those working 70 hours. Absolutely no one I know of sells that idea like Great Legal Marketing.
"It Was Actually Great Just Being With Other People What We're Really Motivated to do the Same things That We're Doing"
At the Boot Camp we learned a whole lot of stuff, it's pretty amazing. It was actually great just being with other people that were really motivated to do the same things that we're doing, and everybody had a whole lot of ideas and they were all different and we were able to bounce stuff off of each other while also learning a whole lot in just a couple of days from the masters of this, and I got a whole lot out of it, and just there's so many things that we're ready to take back home and to do and I'm really excited, so thank you guys.
I consider the information taught to be extremely powerful and I don’t want you to know about it.
Please don’t attend Ben Glass’s Great Legal Marketing summit. Especially if you live in Missouri or Illinois. I consider the information taught to be extremely powerful and I don’t want you to know about it. I want it all to myself. Please heed my advice; my wife and kids rely on me to provide for them. Thanks in advance for your cooperation.Chris Dysart | Personal Injury | Missouri
Do yourself a favor and attend the 2014 conference. You can thank me later.
My only regret regarding GLM is that this fantastic, practice changing, eye opening, enthusiasm inducing program wasn’t available to me 30 years ago when I started practicing law. This was my second conference and my second regret is this not being my 6th or 7th. For all of those attorneys who are looking for a better way to build the mousetrap and at the same time wanting to get out of the rat-rage (enough of the vermin!), do yourself a favor and attend the 2014 conference. You can thank me later.Christopher Russell | Personal Injury | California
“At this seminar I found out that our marketing plan is all wrong. After 1½ days I have a list of 6 things to implement into my practice and marketing plan.”
I have been practicing law in Southern Utah for 13 years. I have tried hundreds of personal injury, worker’s comp., and social security cases. I soon found out that competence doesn’t necessarily bring new clients in the door. If you want good cases, you need to be able to compete with the TV advertising firms. At this seminar I found out that our marketing plan is all wrong. After 1½ days I have a list of 6 things to implement into my practice and marketing plan. I was about to spend a lot of money on a radio campaign. I now realize that I need to spend resources on a website, newsletters, database, producing seminars, etc. The seminar was well worth what I paid. Saved me thousands in potentially bad marketing strategies. Presenters were the top of their field as were the participants. I would recommend Ben Glass, Tom Foster, Rem Jackson and Alexis Neely to anyone who wants to improve their cases and income.Aaron Prisbey | Personal Injury and Workers Comp | Utah
The Criminal and Traffic Defense Attorneys Agree: "The things that you are doing and teaching are so advanced and so much on the cutting edge"
There have been a number of movies and TV shows; three of which immediately come to mind are the movies: “The X-Men,” “The Matrix,” and the TV show “Heroes,” in which the premise is that there are people with super powers among us without the rest of us realizing it. This is how I felt about your “GLM Superconference” — that I was let in on this amazing meeting of super legal marketers. The things that you are doing and teaching are so advanced and so much on the cutting edge, I have a huge advantage over my competitors.Bob Battle | DUI | Virginia