- June 8, 2023
- Thomas Tona
- Categories: Podcast
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Craig Goldenfarb, a longtime friend and founder of Gold Law, an 80-person personal injury firm. Craig has been an eight-figure attorney for the past decade, and throughout our conversation, we dive into his journey to success and the importance of understanding where you want to be on the continuum between lawyer and entrepreneur.
Craig shared some valuable insights on the keys to business growth, such as the importance of middle management and the concept of lifelong learning. He also discussed his strategies for digital marketing and utilizing the book “Who Not How” to effectively outsource the work. In addition, we touched on the importance of understanding key performance indicators (KPIs) for law firms and how to use them to make informed decisions for your practice.
Listen in as Craig also shares his experience with lawyer coaching and metrics, as well as the value of building relationships with mentors and other professionals who can provide guidance and support. This is an episode packed with valuable insights and information for legal professionals, whether you’re just starting out or looking to take your practice to the next level.
Don’t miss out on this conversation with Craig Goldenfarb!
In this episode, you will hear about:
- Craig’s journey to becoming an eight-figure attorney
- The importance of investing in yourself and delegating tasks
- Why you should outsource digital marketing
- Creating and tracking KPIs, breaking them down into sub-KPIs, and understanding profit per case
- Five key metrics for measuring success in running an 80-person personal injury firm
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