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Helping Clients

Self-Control and Self-Direction

Self-control is an unstated major tenet in collaborative practice, self-control of both its practitioners and of its participants, our clients.

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Business Sense

Press Releases and Multi-Purposing Yourself

Just the other day, I sat (in front of four studio cameras) across from Bill Logan, at his roundtable segment during Sarasota’s ABC 7’s News at 7.

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Business Sense

Social Leverage to Connect with Clients

Social media has altered the way that we make big purchases, that we announce our engagements to speak and our engagements to be married.

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Business Sense

My Best Self

Earlier this year, my city declared a state of emergency. Later, President Trump made the same declaration.

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Collaborative Divorce

Closing the Deal

When you consult, how often are you able to “close the deal,” to sign your consult up for a collaborative divorce or some other courtless process that you know in your heart is far healthier than a litigated divorce?

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Business Sense

Appearing on Camera

How many of us ever wanted to speak in public? Or ever thought we’d have to engage in public speaking?

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Collaborative Practice

Promote Collaborative Practice

I’m not an active Facebook user, in fact, my generation tends to stay away from it altogether. Baby Boomers are a bit put off by all these social media choices.

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Business Sense

Lockdown Marketing – Partner

It’s time now to discuss our last marketing forte, Partner. In my previous blogs, we discussed how best to Pitch, Publish, Present, and Profile in this lockdown environment.

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Business Sense

Lockdown Marketing – Profile

We’ve now discussed three of the five marketing fortes and how you can work on them during this quarantine. You’ve learned about Pitch, Present, and Publish. Now it’s time for Profile.

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