Laura Briggs left her teaching career mid-Ph.D. to pursue freelance writing in 2012. She spent the following seven years writing web copy for law firms and marketing agencies, delivering two TEDx talks, and publishing her first book, How to Start Your Own Freelance Writing Business.
Jeff Wald discusses the future of jobs and what the data really tells us.
Tom Cheesewright breaks down the changes happening in technology that will impact businesses and what that means for the legal industry.
Emily Nagoski gives her tips on how to handle stress and burnouts in your personal and professional life.
Pat Lencioni discusses how it feels to be a leader.
Brad Stulberg shares how you may be thinking about passion all wrong and what to do instead.
Zack Glaser discusses how to know which tech is right for your small law firm, trends in legal technology, and common mistakes you should avoid.
Jenny Blake helps listeners know when it’s time to make a change in their professional life and how to start moving towards the next chapter.
Stephanie Everett shares her tips for lawyers who are thinking of starting their own law firms when transitioning from law school or another firm.
How to bring your human side to work and the steps used to infuse that throughout your firm on a regular basis, with Erica Keswin.
Basecamp founder & CEO Jason Fried discusses how the pandemic has shifted the perspective on remote work and what companies need to do to thrive with newly-remote teams.
Jennifer Brown discusses how law firm's hiring process and culture can meet the needs for a diverse audience.
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