You Don’t Have to Get Back on the Seminar Marketing Treadmill

Jennifer Goddard, CEO
Jennifer Goddard, CEO

I just got off the phone with someone who is anxious about ramping up his seminar marketing again …

I mean he has anxiety about it.

He’s starting to see the ads in his market again … free lunch, free dinner, even free bottles of wine …

Come learn about wills and trusts … 
The carnival call resumes as pandemic restrictions subside.

He’s worried that if he doesn’t jump back into the fray, he will lose out. But at the same time, he is not excited about buying a new list, a new advertising campaign, packing up a mini-van full of presentation materials and hauling assets from restaurant to country club to public library again … night after night … day after day … just to give the same spiel over and over to a handful of people with tight wallets.

I feel his pain.

I know, all too well, what it’s like to be on the seminar marketing circuit. After all, every marketing guru on the planet says seminars are the e-ticket to a seven-figure law firm … right?

I bought that line, too.

Traveling from dinner to luncheon to nursing home lobby, the local senior center … and beyond.

It was exhausting. …

And … it was boring beyond belief to give the exact same spiel twice a day, twice a week, week after week … answering the same questions over and over … making the same small talk … eating the same rubber chicken and chugging the same too-sweet punch.

It also ate way too much of my time …

I missed my kids’ football games in the winter, their baseball games in the summer, and far too many family times year-round.

And … since we spent all our time planning, promoting and presenting seminars … most weekends were spent playing catch-up on the real work of running a law firm … appointments stacked up, drafting got behind, asset transfers seemed like a never-ending annoyance to wrap up …

And we did it all for pennies-on-the-dollar of what we should have been charging!

Meanwhile … the costs just kept going up … and up … and up … Printing costs. Postage costs. Expensive dinners. Overtime for staff.

Not to mention the toll it was taking on us just to keep up the never-ending grind … because the MINUTE you stop doing seminars … revenue comes to a screeching halt …

That’s what this guy is anxious about … he really does not want to go back to that lifestyle … working so hard for so little …

That life doesn’t look anything at all like the one he imagined when he started law school … when he graduated with honors … passed the bar … and embarked on what he thought would be a satisfying and rewarding career in a noble profession …

Reduced now to feeling like a carnival barker …

Get your red-hot living trust, right here … step right up, ma’am, a free chicken dinner with every trust and a bottle of wine with every will …

Here’s the bottom line: if you go back to the seminar circuit now, you’ll never get the freedom, the joy or the reward of scaling properly to a seven-figure law firm.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.

While most estate planning and elder lawyers are dragging themselves back onto the seminar circuit, a small handful of smart lawyers are quietly building seven-figure incomes without ever hosting a single event … without giving up even one more evening with their family to talk about living trusts with a roomful of strangers.

They are working with clients they love. Clients who need and want their service … and who pay premium fees to work with them.

And they’re doing all of this while enjoying life … and without blowing up their overhead, hiring more staff … or feeling like a carnival barker.

How are they doing it?

If you watched our webinar, Five Steps to Seven Figures in Estate Planning and Elder Law, you already know the strategy.

Now, it’s up to you.

The only difference between you and our clients who are loving their law firms, loving their lives, and building legacies of personal wealth … is a phone call.

Book your strategy call with my team today.

You can get off the treadmill and have the law firm you always wanted. Just make the call.

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Five Mistakes That Keep Estate Planning Lawyers Broke

You never meant to take a vow of poverty when you opened your estate planning or elder law practice … but sometimes it just feels that way, right? The truth is that most lawyers in estate planning and elder law struggle to create personal wealth … and the irony is that the very people who work every day to help other families preserve and protect generational wealth, seldom do the same for their own families!

Here are the top five mistakes we see lawyers make that prevent them from building personal and generational wealth.

Reinvent Your Estate Planning Law Firm: A Rare Opportunity to Go From Getting By to Getting Steady Clients

If yours is an estate planning law firm, you’re no stranger to hard work.

We’re willing to bet that you serve the heck out of your clients, and that it comes at a high cost. Especially if you built your practice networking with financial advisors and hosting live workshops.

Your Estate Planning Law Firm as a Digital Hub
Imagine your estate planning law firm as a digital hub where ideal clients find you.

Our own president, Kyle Krull Esq., employed those old strategies back in the day, and discovered it was just about impossible to scale his estate planning firm using those methods.

So we turned to digital marketing and got savvy. When we saw the strategy working so well for him, we started sharing with other firms around the country.

We figured out how to take law firms and reinvent them as digital hubs where ideal clients find them — and we did it over and over again. We nailed it down to a science.

And yet… we stayed away from cookie cutter, one-size-fits-all formulas, knowing, as we do, that every law firm is unique.

This is why every service IMS provides is customized and tailored to the estate planning firm we serve.

What Premium Service Looks Like

Premium service is tailored service that leverages the genius of a team. It’s training, personal coaching, and done-for-you solutions all wrapped into one.

We discovered that our clients had the most success when we partnered with them to help them go digital.

So in other words, we don’t dump a “How to Go Digital” manual in your lap and wish you luck. We go all in and stay with you until your law firm is actively thriving.

Here’s what that process looks like:

  1. Three months of in-person coaching

Personal coaching means we listen, trouble-shoot and come up with a plan together. It means being heard and seen by a coach who understands estate law. It means weekly palavers with James Campbell, Director of Sales and Jennifer Campbell Goddard, our CEO.

Personal coaching = meetings with the boss? Yup.

  1. An online client academy that gets updated consistently

When our platforms change, when pandemics strike, when technology morphs — we update the academy to reflect those changes.

That means no falling behind and drifting in dinosaur-land.

  1. Cutting edge sales training

We teach you to find the RIGHT clients for life and make sure you have the skills to close sales using a process that honors the client, uncovers the real issues, and delivers tremendous value.

  1. Done-for-you services including website design, SEO, webinar marketing, Facebook advertising, videography and blogging

Yes, we literally create your Facebook ads, your website, your video, and write your website’s blogs for you. Take a moment to grasp what this means…

It means not burning out trying to do everything yourself, and not getting stuck fixing the shoddy work of freelancers.

And because we don’t hire general freelance writers who don’t know jack squat about estate planning, you actually get blogs written by legal writers who specialize in your niche.

Remember our president, Kyle Krull, Esq.? Even though we trust our legal writers, he edits and reviews what they write before blog posts are given to you. As for volume and consistency? You can choose up to five blog articles per week on your website.

If you’re wondering how important blogging is, Kyle’s own estate planning law firm sees 35% of web traffic coming from blog articles.

Unmatched Growth

When we help our estate planning law clients go digital, the growth they experience can’t be matched by their competitors.

We have the stats and client success stories to prove it. One of our newest clients, David Payne from Missouri, had this to say:

Each team member I have worked with has been engaged with my concerns and needs at every step. The online academy was really invaluable to me in so many ways. The number one aspect was the benefit of using it on my time schedule and when best for me. James Campbells guidance, insight and advice has been the most beneficial aspect of my experience.

Enter a new reality for law firms …

… a reality where ideal clients find you, instead of you pounding the pavement to search for them. That’s the old way, and — newsflash — it’s become impossible during the pandemic.

Admit it: it’s tough to do everything yourself. And even tougher finding experts in your profession who “get it.”

But you found us. You’re here, and it’s not by mistake.

Now all that’s left to do is schedule your complimentary breakthrough session with our team.


Handling Objections in the Estate Planning Consult

Q: Aside from basic follow up, what do you have for automations for a client who did a consultation but is unsure about signing? I already have a monthly newsletter. Thank you!

Handling ObjectionsThis question came up recently in an estate planning forum. If you’ve been practicing in estate planning for a couple of minutes or more … you’ve run into the “Think About It” objection, too. Prospective new client schedules an initial consultation, completes the intake questionnaire, shows up in your office and you spend the better part of an hour with them.

But … when it’s time to sign the engagement letter … they don’t.

Instead, they say they have to “think about it.”

Now what?

Is there an “automation” that can turn this around for you, once they have left your office?

Truthfully … the chances are really slim.

The real problem is not in the follow-up. It’s in the sales process.

That’s right — your initial consultation — that’s where something went wrong.

Your prospects jumped through a lot of hoops to get into your office for an initial consultation. They were motivated. They definitely were not just “window shopping.” Believe me, nobody goes to talk to a death attorney just for fun. They were not there to be educated. They were definitely not there to think about estate planning.

They jumped through all of those hoops to solve their problem, once and for all.

Their — and your — best chance to do that is in the initial consultation.

Where did things go wrong?

There are lots of possibilities, but this consultation probably went wrong in the Uncover the Problem stage.

When people tell the truth about their anxieties, worries, and fears … and you stand with them in compassion … you get to the real problems that moved them out of their comfort zone of denial and into your office. When they are deeply connected to their needs … (and not until then) … you can show them a perfectly connected solution.

When things go wrong, it’s usually that you didn’t go deep enough in Uncover. When this happens,  people only share the surface, or superficial things. They don’t trust you enough to tell you the whole, painful, unvarnished truth. Then, when you show the solution, you are only solving the surface-level problems.

It doesn’t feel urgent … vital … necessary.

In fact, it feels kind of expensive. And time-consuming.

And that is why people put up their buyer’s defenses and say things like, “We need to think about it.”

The answer to the “think about it” objection is not a better email automation.

The answer is a better sales process … and getting better at connecting with people on a much deeper, more authentic level … while you have them right there in your office.

We coach our clients on exactly how to do this — eliminating most objections, handling the few that do come up, and truly serving clients to solve their problems.

Want to know more? Let’s hop on a call.

Book a strategy call now.


Are You Forcing People to Do DIY Estate Planning?

Rosa left the hospital last Sunday afternoon … leaving behind her best friend and husband of 53 years.

It was a lonely drive home … and it was hard to face that empty house. Her husband, Frank, had been in the hospital for almost a week and though he would be coming home soon … Rosa was scared. They may have dodged the bullet this time … but what would she do if she lost Frank?

Alone in the empty house on a Sunday evening, she hopped on Facebook … hoping to connect with friends or family to ease the loneliness … and find some comfort.

DIY estate planning

While scrolling through her news feed, she came across an ad from one of my clients … an estate planning law firm in her area. The ad piqued her interest, she and Frank had been talking about getting their affairs in order … but they never quite got around to it.

She clicked on the ad and saw that the lawyer offered a master class — and she could register and watch it right away.

Rosa watched the class that Sunday evening. She liked the lawyer, she liked what he had to say. At the end of the class, she quickly clicked on the button to schedule a free call to talk about her situation and what steps she and Frank should take next.

With the phone call booked for Monday morning, Rosa went to on to bed. She slept well that night, knowing she was finally on the right track. She had taken a positive step.

My client shared this story with me earlier this week.

He was so excited that, because he chose to advertise on Facebook, he was able to be there when Rosa needed him! The phone call went well and Rosa and Frank came in to the office together on Wednesday. Their estate plan should be wrapped up and ready to sign next week.

Rosa and Frank … and their family … are in good hands now because my client showed up at the exact moment, in the exact place that Rosa needed him.

Every estate planning lawyer should be stepping up to the plate right now…instead of forcing people to do DIY estate planning … because you weren’t there when they needed you.

That’s right. Too many estate planning attorneys are still living in their ivory towers … waiting for referrals from financial advisors or CPAs … instead of showing up for people where they are … online!

Who DOES show up online instead? Legal Zoom. Rocket Lawyer. And dozens of other DIY estate planning services that make it oh-so-easy to enter a credit card and create a will or trust … that may or may not even be valid!

If you are an estate planning or elder law attorney, you have tremendous opportunity … RIGHT NOW … to make a decision that will change your life today and in every tomorrow.

People are scared. They desperately need you.

But if you don’t show up for them — if you don’t lean into this opportunity — it’s very likely they will turn to an online document service, or DIY estate planning, instead.

They won’t have the benefit of trusted counsel guiding them through some of the most difficult times of their lives. They may end up with a faulty document that doesn’t even come close to accomplishing their goals.

Don’t go dark now. Show up for those who need you.

Book a call with our team now. Find out what next steps YOU should take … so you can show up for every Rosa who needs you … right now.

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Ready to Scale Your Estate Planning Law Firm? Start Here

How to scale your estate planning or elder law firm … almost every attorney we talk to is anxious to grow and scale their firm. Scaling Your Law Firm

Most will never get there.

Why not?

Because most lawyers do not have control of their revenue …

There is a big difference between growing revenue and taking control of your revenue growth.

Why Is It So Hard?

Estate planning and elder law attorneys have a marketing imperative.  If you don’t have appointments booked, you don’t have any money coming in the door. There are few retainers or large settlements in these practice areas … and you are only as good as last booking.

It doesn’t help that everything you were taught about how to grow an estate planning law firm is wrong.

It’s not your fault.

Grow your referral network, they said. That’s the key to profitability.

Now, I’m not saying that referrals can’t be great for your practice — but they don’t put you in control of your revenue. And if you don’t have control, you can’t scale.

I know. I’ve been there.

Referrals start trickling in … then maybe they start streaming in … and just when you think you’re on the road to prosperity … they stop.

It’s designed that way, guys.

When the people who send you those referrals start to see your practice growing, see the income from those referrals flowing to … YOU … they get greedy. They want something back. Maybe they want you to give their clients special pricing, or a discount. Maybe they tell you that your fees are getting too high … or you’re doing “too much” planning for their clients with “simple” estates. Or they want you to send some business back THEIR way. They may even ask for a referral fee (which of course you can’t share legal fees, but they don’t necessarily know that). Or … their brother-in-law’s nephew just graduated law school and they start sending all their business to the new kid on the block.

Bottom Line: You Don’t Have Control

Getting control of your revenue STARTS with getting control of your LEAD FLOW.

That’s right. Every dollar that flows into your law firm starts with a lead (or a PNC, Prospective New Client).

No Lead Flow = No Revenue

Once you have control over your own lead flow, there are lots of levers you can pull to accelerate revenue. But you have to get into the control booth first!

I’ve recorded a new FREE training that shows you exactly how to get control of your lead flow and scale your law firm.

Register to watch here:

Help Your Estate Planning Clients Make Decisions about Digital Assets

Estate Planning for Digital AssetsAs an estate planning attorney, you want your clients to know you’ve got their back. You want them to feel confident you’re giving them every piece of information that could possibly help them plan for an uncertain future.

You don’t hold out on your clients, and neither do we. We stay up-to-date on current trends in estate planning law — just in case it benefits your clients — and therefore, you.

With that, we’d like to let you know about a brand new Facebook feature that allows a person to memorialize their Facebook account in the event of their passing. Are you helping your clients make decisions about their digital assets?

The importance of digital assets is often overlooked in daily life. We usually don’t think about material stored on hard drives or locked away in our social media accounts during end-of-life planning.

Reminding your clients about things like photos stored in “the cloud,” along with videos, PDFs, spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, and written social media posts can help them feel that everything is accounted for. For some people, personal posts represent the unique footprint of their lives. Digital assets like photographs and videos of once-in-a-lifetime events can be irreplaceable.

Something to tell your clients about right away is Facebook’s new memorialization feature. Memorialized Facebook accounts are a place for friends and family to gather and share memories after a loved one has died.

Memorialized accounts have the following key features:

  • Once an account has been memorialized, the word, “Remembering” is visible next to the deceased’s name on their profile.
  • Depending on the privacy settings of the account, friends can share memories on the memorialized timeline.
  • Content the person shared during their life stays on Facebook and is visible to the audience it was originally shared with.

Facebook also allows users to appoint a “legacy contact,” someone with the authority to make decisions about an account once it has been memorialized.

A legacy contact can write pinned posts on the deceased’s profile to share memories or offer information about a memorial service. He or she can decide who posts tributes, respond to friend requests, update the profile picture and cover photo, and basically manage the account.

Or, if your client wishes, they may decide to have their Facebook account deleted upon their passing. You can provide clients with very simple instructions to arrange for account deletion or appoint a legacy contact right from Facebook’s website:

We stay on the cutting edge of new trends in estate planning because we never want you to get left behind. Make sure you check our blog often for content that can serve your clients.

How to Succeed in Estate Planning … Even Now

Succeed in Estate PlanningHow to succeed in estate planning? Even now … during a global pandemic?

To succeed in estate planning now, you have to change.

Every change begins with challenge.

It’s usually a challenge that gets an attorney looking for us … an income challenge … a challenge with lead flow … or simple overwhelm. Sometimes these challenges even affect their personal lives.

One thing we know: Life wasn’t meant to be a long, arduous ride on a hamster wheel that never moves closer to your goals.

So what makes the difference for our clients? Is it simply that they worked with us?


It would be ridiculous to say that we guarantee instant success. We’ll never promise that.

Our most successful clients do things differently than those who fail.

First, they were willing to admit something was wrong.

Second, they confronted the problem(s) head-on.

And finally, they accepted the challenge of change.

Here are a few rules our clients who succeed in estate planning live by:

1. Jump In, Ready or Not

Our clients understand that clinging to old strategies is the enemy of growth. They are willing to let go of the ledge and swim in unfamiliar waters.

2. Charge Premium Rates

Our clients put the fear of scarcity and competition behind them. They step into a higher level of service, knowing their ideal clients will pay premium fees.

3. Ignore the Naysayers

No one loves change. When our clients start changing, sometimes the naysayers come out in force … sometimes their inner naysayer comes out, too. But our clients who succeed in estate planning ignore the naysayers and keep moving forward.

4. Embrace Change

Our clients accept that they need to pivot and adapt when challenges show up, as they always do.

The pandemic may be the biggest challenge you face right now … especially if you relied on workshops and referrals to get new clients. If this was a recipe for inconsistent income before, it’s now a recipe for disaster.

Big change like this is the catalyst that will make or break your law firm.

At the end of the day, our clients are the heroes, not us. They are the ones with the vision and the daring to adapt and dream bigger. We’re just the guides. And because we’ve been where they’ve been, we know the terrain.

We know how to take a struggling law firm, no matter how small, and scale it. We know how to get estate lawyers in front of their ideal clients … who are willing to pay premium rates for excellent service.

And it sure as heck doesn’t involve seminars held in public.

We know how to build a strong, reliable system for steady leads … that become steady income.

But here’s the thing: our team is small by design. We can’t build digital online empires for everyone. We can only take on a certain number of clients. So, we must be selective.

If you’re ready to admit that what you’re doing isn’t working … and you want to confront your challenges head-on … we want to hear from you.

If you’re committed to succeed in estate planning, book a breakthrough strategy session with our team right now.

Rescuing Your Estate Planning Business from Mediocrity and Struggle

estate planning businessBe honest: deep down, in the recesses of your mind, do you secretly wish that someone or something would come along and “rescue” your estate planning business?

Most people won’t admit to this, because it takes guts to realize things aren’t as good as they could be. Plus, we’ve all been conditioned to be ashamed of wanting to be rescued. We’re told we have to pick ourselves up by our bootstraps and be our own heroes.

At Integrity Marketing, we already know you’re the hero. After all, you went into estate planning to help people. We understand that you’re busy being a hero to your clients. You don’t have time or energy to rescue your business, nor should you.

But it IS possible to have the kind of quality help that lifts you and your law firm out of obscurity and struggle.

We help our clients go digital. Why? Because begging for referrals and eeking out a living through obsolete in-person networking and seminar marketing is killing law firms.

We should know … we’ve “been there, done that.”

So when estate planning lawyers decide to go digital — either because they understand it’s the new way forward, or because the old strategies of referral marketing aren’t supporting them — the way they implement their digital system will make or break their business.

What breaks their business is deciding to go it alone and do everything by themselves. No one has ever achieved massive results in a short period of time without a mentor or guide helping them avoid costly mistakes.

Another business killer is hiring different professionals to work on different aspects of an online business, i.e., hiring one company to design or redesign a website, hiring another to do advertising, and getting yet another to help shoot a video. The result is a hodgepodge online presence that feels cobbled together.

Another mistake is simply hiring a business coach to help. While that coach might be brilliant when it comes to advising other coaches, he or she probably doesn’t know anything about running an estate planning law firm, and even less about managing digital marketing to drive revenue! Plus, most business strategists and coaches overwhelm you with information, to-do lists and homework, and leave you to implement everything by yourself. You almost have to quit your job to get it all done.

This is one of the biggest fears estate planning attorneys have when it comes to bringing their businesses online. They worry that’s it’s going to command more time than they have to manage all the components, and that the learning curve is simply too big to master. So the whole project gets put on the back burner while they continue struggling to get referrals and word-of-mouth clients.

Enter the forbidden desire for someone or something to rescue you…

What if we told you that we’re in the business of rescuing law firms, knowing that we aren’t the heroes… you are.

What if we told you that we know the business of estate planning and we also know what it takes to build a digital empire…

This is exactly why we can’t take on more than a few clients at once. We go ALL IN with our clients. We create their landing pages. We set up their Facebook ads. This is after we sit down and get to know them and who they serve.

Heck, we will even get up at dawn to video the sunrise over the community where they live. Our video expert helps them authentically communicate their message to all the people who will be visiting their new website.

And when we go home? We don’t just leave them hanging. We drive traffic to that new website with targeted Facebook ads designed to attract their ideal clients.

Meet Andrew Sigerson. He’s a client of ours who owns a law firm with three offices — one in Omaha, Nebraska, one in Iowa Falls, Iowa, and one in Minot, North Dakota.

Before we flew to meet him in person, we pre-planned all our video shots. Once on location, we woke at sunrise and worked till sunset to capture the beauty of the communities he serves on camera. We spent our days in the firm’s conference room capturing Andrew and his lawyers interacting with clients. We filmed Andrew and his family walking to lunch.

You see, one of our gifts is storytelling. We create video scripts that personalize the attorney as someone clients will trust and respect, because we believe in your ability to help and support your clients — and be their hero.

So like we said, we CAN and we DO come charging into your world on a white horse, but we’re not the heroes. You are, and we shine a spotlight on that for your ideal clients to see.

This summer, 2020, we are helping Andrew set up two webinar marketing programs for his two areas of law: elder law and estate planning.

But we can only help a few clients at once. Our staff is small and we like it that way. This allows us to do our best work without “too many cooks in the kitchen.” We collaborate with you and with each other for one outcome: the resurrection of your law firm.

It’s up to you to recognize you need the help and ask for it. Your firm can be rescued, and you can be a hero to more people who need you.

If you’re ready for the right expertise and tailored support from professionals who understand your business and your clients, schedule a breakthrough strategy session with our team.

Why Premium Fees are the Key to Grow Your Estate Planning Law Firm

Grow Your Estate Planning Law FirmWant to know how to grow your estate planning law firm?

Charge premium fees.

Here’s why.

Getting consistent, high-quality clients as an estate planning lawyer might seem daunting. And it may seem counter-intuitive that charging premium fees is the key.

But what if I told you exactly where your ideal clients are spending their time … AND gave you a reliable system to have them lining up for your help 24/7?

And what if they were eager to pay you for your expertise instead of pushing for free services?

Would that be worth something to you?

Then keep reading…

Your Ideal Clients are Not Where Youve Been Looking

If you’ve employed most of the strategies to grow your estate planning law firm that you learned from other lawyers, or if you’ve been running your business using in-person marketing efforts that swallow your time and money, it’s safe to say you aren’t meeting your ideal clients that often.

See, your ideal clients understand the value of your services. They live and die by the motto, “You get what you pay for.” They’re educated, responsible, and most important of all, they want to do things right the first time.

They aren’t interested in having a hit-or-miss experience with a lawyer.

And in today’s world, even though they inhabit an older age group, they’re technically savvy.

So where are they?

Right now, your ideal clients are sitting at home in front of their computer screens, in the midst of a worldwide pandemic.

They’re searching for information about how to get their estate planning needs met quickly and efficiently. And Google is their best friend.

They aren’t hanging out at free events looking for “cheap lawyer deals.” (Nor were they, even before the pandemic).

They aren’t signing up with the first lawyer that pops up on Google, either. These people are sophisticated. They want the RIGHT lawyer.

They want you.

Which means that in reality, the path to grow your estate planning law firm is free of obstacles. The only things stopping you from selling premium services to these clients are the outdated systems you’re using.

If you’re still doing in-person marketing at seminars or fiddling with SEO to become well-known in your community, you’re missing a TON of business.

These folks want a higher-tiered experience. They want the Rolls Royce of Estate Planning Firms.

You can roll out the red carpet for them … as long as you charge premium prices. In fact, if you’re too cheap, they’ll move on, believing you get what you pay for. They are happy to pay premium rates in exchange for prompt, knowledgeable service… which you can easily provide when you’re not spending 90% of your time looking for clients in all the wrong places because you’re hard up for leads.

Assuming that your ideal clients are looking for you day and night (and they ARE), do you have a system in place to capture their attention? Do you have your messaging dialed in? Is your online presence set up so that people know they want to work with you before they even call your office?

This is what we specialize in. We’ve done it again and again. We know where your best clients are and we know how to get their attention. AND their commitment!

It all starts when you schedule a breakthrough strategy session.

Discover how you can start getting consistent business with the people who need you most.

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