TechnoLawyer is running some columns I’ve written in its SmallLaw series. They have some excellent writers (plus me) addressing small firm issues. TechnoLawyer makes the columns public a week after release on¬†the¬†TechnoLawyer blog. You can get the content a week earlier by¬†subscribing to SmallLaw via e-mail.
It’s lunchtime again here at SmallLaw. My goal for today¬†is to help you prevent an unsuccessful outcome when taking a¬†prospective client or referral source to lunch. The topic is¬†personal hygiene. Personal what? Before you assume that this¬†column does not apply to you, stop! Recognize that you¬†might be the last person to know that something about you is¬†off—way off—especially if you have surrounded yourself¬†with people who won’t tell you the truth.
To keep reading, click for the rest of The Top 8 Personal Hygiene Mistakes That Turn Off Prospective Clients and Referral Sources.