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I stumbled across a couple of your blog posts about business development. I found them to be extremely helpful, insightful, and a bit terrifying (in the way they should be). As someone working to build a practice, I truly appreciate you taking the time to write on the subject. Thanks and best regards, Ryan Clinton
I really enjoyed your article titled "The Top Reasons Why Money Is the Dumbest Thing Any Attorney Should Focus on When Joining a Law Firm." It was relatable, inspiring and definitely worth breaking through the short attention span that plagues us today (especially when it comes to articles online). Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Dani
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