- April 27, 2023
- Categories: Uncategorized
In this episode of the Lead Counsel Podcast, host Tom Tona shares his captivating journey from growing up in North Babylon to becoming the founder and managing attorney at TonaLaw. Inspired by his parents and mentors, Tom discovered his passion for personal injury law and transitioned from practitioner to entrepreneur. Throughout his professional journey, Tom faced challenges and experienced explosive growth, learning valuable lessons from coaching groups and mentors along the way.
The podcast delves into the story of how Tom started his own law firm after experiencing an “entrepreneurial seizure.” With the encouragement of his mentor, Don Sullivan, Tom took his personal injury files from his previous law firm and began his own practice. Tom also shares his motivation for starting the podcast: to educate the public about the law, provide valuable insights for entrepreneurial lawyers, and give listeners access to his successful inner circle. Additionally, he aims to demystify the legal process and help people understand their options in various legal situations.
Join Tom and co-host Juliet as they explore law, business, and life on the Lead Counsel podcast, providing valuable insights and experiences for both the general public and fellow entrepreneurial lawyers.
In this episode, you will hear:
- Tom’s journey from growing up in North Babylon to becoming the founder and managing attorney at TonaLaw.
- Transitioning from practitioner to entrepreneur.
- What should you expect from the Lead Counsel podcast?
- The surprising name Tom has given to the event that caused his shift into entrepreneurship.
Resources from this Episode:
The E-Myth Revisted, by Michael Gerber: https://a.co/d/6sIWsc0
The E-Myth Attorney, by Michael Gerber: https://a.co/d/8OdVFP1
The E-Myth Attorney, by Michael Gerber (FREE Audiobook): https://a.co/d/528WR4U
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