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What to Do When Your Competition Seems Out to Get You [LGE 043]

Lawyers Gone Ethical

Release Date: 01/08/2019

Do you ever think about your competition? As much as we'd all like to think we're not interested in checking out the competition, we can’t help but wonder if someone else in a similar space as us might be coming for our clients and market share. That’s normal.

In this episode, I share my thoughts on what you can be doing to better handle a competitor who might affect your business in some way.

What I Share in This Episode:

  • why you should just keep doing what you’re doing
  • Don’t change your strategy simply because you noticed your competition had a specific strategy that seems to be working
  • If you’re going to emulate something your competition is doing, always check to make sure it’s ethical first
  • Why it’s important to check your state’s ethics rules when implementing a new strategy in your practice
  • Why your approach to business development and marketing is different than your competitions’ so don’t try to act like anyone else
  • If you witness your competitor committing an ethical violation, do you have a duty to report him/her to the state bar?
  • There is an abundance of potential clients in the world. There’s plenty to go around
  • What you should consider when you’re thinking about reporting your competition to the state bar
  • Just think: you must be doing something right if your competition has you in their sights

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