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How can you become a game changer?Michael Mogill, Founder and CEO of Crisp Video, has used his mastery of marketing for lawyers to grow his company to an 8-figure powerhouse. In just a few years, Crisp has helped thousands of attorneys adapt to the new legal landscape, differentiate themselves from the competition and earn millions in new revenue.In every episode, you’ll hear from law firm entrepreneurs and market leaders — people who flourish in the face of adversity, challenge the status q ...
 
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"People want to be kind, caring, and helpful, but you have to create the environment to allow for that to happen." - Dr. James Doty How do you override your fight or flight response and train your brain to make better decisions? Why are negative thoughts stickier than positive ones? Why did Dr. James turn down $30 million when he was dead broke? Wh…
 
"We all have reservoirs of untapped potential to achieve extraordinary things, particularly when we can shift our mindset towards the positive and choose how to react in tough situations." - Colin O'Brady Why should we celebrate all successes (even those of our competitors)? How do you turn big dreams into reality? Why can't we experience the highs…
 
"The right thing to do is always the right thing. The people who do that — there's a reason those are the successful guys." - Paul Faust How do you network best at conferences? Why does Paul think voice communication is never going away? What is a “no zero” day? How can being a part of your community distinguish your practice? How did Paul end up p…
 
"It's so easy and quantifiable. You eliminate any type of excuse or entitlement, and you show up and do the work. That's seriously as simple as it can get. Everybody needs to stand up, look themselves in the mirror, and go, ‘Okay, I'm in this position in my life because of me. I need to take full accountability for where I am.’" - James Lawrence Wh…
 
"Whatever it is in your life that you're most afraid to do, that causes you the most amount of anxiety — usually, that's the exact thing that you need to be doing." - Mark Manson Why can’t you create an algorithmic process for happiness? How does freedom require limitation? Why are the things you're willing to sacrifice more important than the thin…
 
"Most people are afraid of success because success is going to create distance. It's going to create distance from all the individuals around you. It is going to create distance between you and your family at times. And if you're not willing to pay the price, then you're not going to have what others may consider those ultimate wins." - Tim Grover …
 
"You need to invest in yourself. There's no better investment you can have than your investment in yourself. I don't care about the stock market or real estate. You are in this profession. You are your most valuable resource." - Michael Cowen Why does Michael focus more on story than technique in trial? What’s the best way to only get the types of …
 
"There's really three areas where there's always a winner and loser in today's society. You know, everybody gets a trophy, everybody gets recognition, except in three areas of life: politics, athletics, and courtroom law." - Brian Panish How Brian won the landmark case that put him on the map Why he left money on the table at the beginning of his c…
 
"If you are a plaintiff's lawyer, you've chosen to be different from that defense lawyer. So why be average? Go ahead and take the next step rather than trapping yourself. You are a type A personality forcing yourself into a type B world, and it doesn't work." - Mike Papantonio What values led to Mike's legendary career? How can you get involved in…
 
"You're going to have a culture, no matter what. But it may be a bad culture if you're not the one creating it. " - Mark O'Mara Why is culture so important in your law firm? What can you do to build your organization's culture intentionally? Why do Kolbe and PRINT® scores give you and your team an edge? How can you utilize Kolbe & PRINT® scores bey…
 
"The one secret that I have found: it's not brains. It's the willingness to work. Nobody that I know that is very successful has not been a hard worker." - John Morgan How do you get all the people in your organization working towards the same objective? What keeps John going even after achieving so much? How does he keep growing the biggest PI fir…
 
"Your brand is your life. It's not a separate thing. It's everything. Everything you do is consistent with your brand. That intentional process that you've gone through has led you to a place: you know what your purpose is, and you're living out your purpose." - Joe Fried Why authenticity is key to good branding How to find your niche Why you can't…
 
Connections fuel creativity. The most innovative leaders are interdisciplinary — they synthesize ideas from many sources into new, coherent concepts. Game changers know that great ideas can come from anywhere, and to shift the paradigm, they have to look at things through a different lens. That’s why we’ve brought you conversations across the spect…
 
"It's only a matter of time before someone that's better than me comes along. Whether that's next year or that's 20 years from now, it's only a matter of time. But that feeling of pride and success is there forever. No one can take that away from me." - Mat Fraser How does this CrossFit champion approach things he's not good at? Why was failure key…
 
"Growth's not automatic. You don't automatically get better. If you're going to get better, you're going to have to be intentional." - John Maxwell What is John's greatest leadership challenge? How do you uncover your blind spots? What separates the top 2% of leaders from all the rest? How can you reach your full potential? Why wasn't John good at …
 
"We're talking about a minority of brokers, of course. But when you've got over a million advisors in this country, even a small percent can cause some devastating harm." - David Meyer How did David's first case turn into the biggest jury settlement in Ohio history? What are some red flags that should make you think twice about your broker? How can…
 
"I want to just have one opportunity in my life to put all my cards on the table and say, ‘What is what is the ultimate?’ I was almost to the point where I didn't mind if I failed, because I just wanted the opportunity to just go, ‘What is my Everest?’ What if it was if all the unknowns were taken care of? What is humanly possible? I'm all in. Very…
 
"If you're in this for money, you're doing it for the wrong reason. I'll say that straight up, and I will argue all day long about that — because I was chasing the money before, and that's what put me on the couch. I was motivated by money and not by service to the clients, not service to my teammates, and not to service to my community." - Greg Wa…
 
"The reality is that human beings have all sorts of qualities, abilities, and traits available to us. But what ends up happening is because of this story and this narrative of who we think we are, we end up acting through the exact same person over and over again, telling us stories about what we think we can and cannot do. The Alter Ego is the thi…
 
"It's not one little thing. It's a lot of continued, consistent effort to get where we are. But I think for other people, they sit there and go, ‘Well, I can't do that.’ You may not be able to do everything we're doing today, but you could do one thing, and after that, you can build to other things. I think that's the opportunity that people could …
 
You'll never change the game if you don't think outside the box. That's why game changing attorneys don't blindly follow the status quo to get ahead — they look to leading business owners and entrepreneurs from all industries to elevate themselves and their practices. So far this year, we've spoken to game changers in all sectors. Publishers, bioha…
 
"I can think of probably 20+ deals where I've lost $35-$40 million. Gone! I never see it again. And in many cases, I look back on my older self five, six, seven years ago, and I would say that some of that was largely my judgment — trusting in people that I shouldn't have or investing in people that I shouldn't have. And I'm here to tell you once a…
 
"We were told when we were young that we're going to work for five different places. There's no real reason for that. I've come to realize more and more that people are doing that because most companies suck to work for. They just suck." - Eric Farber Why do you need to take a leap of faith and invest in your company culture? How can you make your …
 
"If you're not failing or falling short, you're probably not taking enough risks or swinging big enough" - Ryan Holiday Why is stoicism as relevant today as it's ever been? How does our perception of challenges affect our ability to overcome them? Why is worrying about a problem a waste of your time? How can accepting defeat help you make progress?…
 
"You're driving to court. You've got your music on. You're ready to go kick butt. But you're also scared. You've just got this mix of emotions, and then when the trial starts, you're just in there to crush it. To go through all of that is so much fun because you're facing your fears." - Brian Chase Why does attorney Brian Chase say he’s never going…
 
"I tell executives and I tell assistants — anything and everything of a business nature involves your assistant. They need to be able to see what's happening. If they don't know what's coming in your email and they don't know what's going on, they're not going to be able to assist you. They have to be in the loop. You have to be communicating with …
 
"People get confused with talent and development. Talent you're just born with. Development you’ve got to assemble. That comes in a box with a whole bunch of pieces and only a couple of tools." - Eric Thomas Why do you need to want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe? How did Eric go from a homeless high school dropout to a PhD recipient and i…
 
"I think that all along the path of the history of our law firm, we have tried to stay on the front side of technology, the front side of the marketing curve, and to try to make sure that we are committed to change, not committed to the same." - Kyle Bachus Why did Kyle Bachus leave his life in Florida behind for the unknowns of Colorado? How did K…
 
"You don't deserve to go to the next level until you beat the current one. That's just life. But you don't have to go to the next level if you don't want to." - Eric Siu Why has gaming influenced Eric's life and business practices so heavily? How can real-life "power-ups" help you to get the most out of your day? Why does Eric think poker should be…
 
"When you say that Crisp was the first child — 100%! Before actually having a child, I was here seven days a week. We were here until 10 o'clock at night. There were no boundaries with that." - Jessica Mogill How did a 30-day consultation at Crisp turn into a new career? Why does every business need their own Jessica? How did Jessica go from an ind…
 
"You have to go through a certain kind of death to transform yourself. And I feel like that's what happened to me. I had to get my ass beat to really come to grips with a better method and to learn to be able to deal with loss and fear — because to me, that is the greatest gorilla." - Rich Newsome Why is fear the biggest threat to your success? How…
 
"You want a 30(b)(6) cross-examined and torn to shreds? I'm your girl." - Sara Williams Why do you need to be authentic to reach your maximum potential? How did Sara Williams go from aspiring sports agent to top dog at Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys? Why does the legal industry still have a long way to go to be truly diverse? How can "being yo…
 
"What is average? Average is the bottom of good and the top of bad. Why would you not make a decision to be truly excellent in your particular business?" - Horst Schulze Why should every business have a clearly defined vision? How can empowering your employees benefit your clients and you? What are the four cornerstones of a great company? How shou…
 
"A gift isn't about you. A gift, by its very nature, if you want it to move somebody's heart, better be about the other frickin’ person." - John Ruhlin Why you need to throw everything you think you know about gifting out the window. How thoughtful gestures can foster profitable, long-term relationships. Why you should stop sending merchandise as g…
 
"The outlets hated my guts. Hated me. It’s because I was unapologetically masculine. I rejected all kinds of all the stuff that became progressive woke-ism." - Tucker Max Why did Tucker Max step away from the limelight? How can introspection help you move forward? What is it about delegating control of your company to someone else that leads to gro…
 
"I eventually spent more than a million dollars on hacking my own biology." - Dave Asprey How can fasting improve mental energy and clarity? Why does exercising with less fuel actually give you the best ROI? How did Bulletproof take Silicon Valley, Wall Street, and Hollywood by storm? Why should every leader focus on clearing their mental programmi…
 
"If you constantly cheat on time, there is a massive price that you will pay." - Jay Papasan Is multitasking a lie? What's the difference between a to-do list and a success list? Are willpower-based actions wasting your energy? What is the ONE BIG QUESTION whose answer will unlock your productivity? From Artist to Entrepreneur Jay Papasan is an exe…
 
Game changing attorneys are a rare breed, but we've been fortunate enough to hear insights from a number of incredible law firm owners right here on this podcast. This year we've pulled back the curtain on these market leaders — from how they think to how they lead to the decisions that got them to where they are today. They've shared their incredi…
 
"You’ve got to definitely check your ego at the door — and you have to know when to hold them and know when to fold them." - Reza Torkzadeh Why do experience-led law firms have a competitive advantage? How did TorkLaw solve its toxic company culture? Why is data going to define the leading firms of the future? How did Reza Torkzadeh create a cuttin…
 
"To all the legal folks out there: the bar is higher for you guys now. There's more expected of you." - Judy Smith How did Judy Smith's career inspire the hit TV show Scandal? What does the new crisis management playbook look like? How did the Monica Lewinsky case shape Judy Smith's career? Why doesn't anyone care about sex scandals anymore? How sh…
 
"Great marketing won’t fix a bad business. Great marketing will only accelerate the demise of a bad business." - Ryan Deiss How did Ryan Deiss go from being $250K in debt to digital marketing master? Why isn't creating an amazing product or service enough? Why doesn't Ryan Deiss care about your conversion rates? How can your firm get an edge when y…
 
2020 is going to go down in history as a year of challenge and adversity, and the legal industry is no different. But when the going gets tough, the legal legends get their heads in the game and come out swinging. In this special LIVE episode, we gathered together five market-dominating industry powerhouses to share first-hand accounts of how they …
 
"You have to do things that other people aren't willing to do. When you go in that ring, you have to tell yourself: I may lose this fight, but not because I wasn't in condition." - George Foreman III How did years of training — and winning — hone George Foreman III's business clout? What does entrepreneurship have in common with stepping into the b…
 
"There are fingerprints right back to those companies who made the chemicals knowing that they would be in our environment, knowing they would stay in our blood." - Robert Bilott What really happened in the DuPont chemical case? Where did Robert Bilott gain the diligence and endurance to withstand a 20 year fight? Why are chemical companies still n…
 
"Go ahead and get as many Fs as you want, but you better have some As. Because nobody needs well-rounded. We need exceptional." - Seth Godin What is the “infinite game,” and why has Seth Godin spent his life playing it? Why does repeated failure set us up for success? What is the toxic scarcity mindset, and how can society escape it? How can a non-…
 
"The reason it was so important for me to pull that off is because that weekend you could hate my guts and you still had to take your hat off to me." - Grant Cardone How did Grant Cardone get Steve Harvey and Snoop Dogg in one place on Super Bowl weekend? Why is cash flow — and not cash — king? How can you 10X your life to experience stratospheric …
 
"After 40 years of advertising, the ads that lawyers are making still suck." - Morris Bart Is legal advertising about best practices, or does Morris Bart have a sixth sense? Do you really need to spend millions to get leads from TV ads? How did Morris Bart write the genius “One Call, That's All” slogan? What one aspect of his firm will Morris Bart …
 
"Our ads are probably seen 1 to 3 million times a day. That's how many people I get to be in front of." - Billy Gene Shaw How did Billy Gene become one of digital marketing's most prominent voices? Why does Billy say speed trumps quality when it comes to content? Which marketing hacks will get more eyeballs on your law firm's ads? Why do entertaini…
 
"Zoom out on a person and look at their life over a decade — it's obvious they're not the same person." - Ben Hardy What does Dr. Hardy mean when he asserts our personalities are not permanent? How can reassessing your past change the course of your future? What are “forcing functions,” and how can they turbo-charge achieving your goals? How can yo…
 
"This is a very risky business, but at the end of the day, you've got to bet on yourself." - Jay Kelley Why does this attorney actively seek out complex cases and tough trials? How did a visiting acting professor inspire Jay to study law? What does creating a lasting law firm legacy look like, especially when it’s not your name on the wall? How can…
 
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