In this episode, we are going to dive a little deeper into what this podcast is about and how it will serve you.
As a solo practitioner, it can be difficult to actively talk to your audience while getting legal work done. Part of a lawyer’s work is to write extensively (think emails, letters, motions, briefs, etc). By the time you’re writing a marketing piece such as a blog for your website or a marketing email, you’re pretty well spent. Plus, the tone is a little different.
I tried to hire folks to do copywriting but it never really sounded authentic to me or to the voice that I wanted. I started blogging which was great but, again, I was struggling with consistency. This went on until my friend, Ernie, suggested I start a podcast.
Being someone who loves listening to podcasts, I thought podcasting would be a great platform to deliver short, digestible information and practical ethical tips to help you with case preparation. At the end of the day, my goal is to help you get connected with your client and jury by polishing up your skills for the courtroom.
In this episode, you will hear:
- Podcasting vs. blogging
- What to expect from this podcast
- The kinds of topics we will cover
- Types of interviews and guests that will be in our future episodes
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