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Carla Johnson is an author, speaker, innovative thinker, and engaging personality. She recently spoke at our summit and did an amazing job. Today, she is joining us to talk about innovation.

The truth is, many of us lawyers have trouble with innovation. There are a variety of challenges and traps that come with innovating in the legal field. Additionally, whether someone is a lawyer or not, innovation doesn’t come naturally as adults.

On top of all of this, there’s also the question of why it matters. You might wonder if innovation brings any benefit to attorneys. Should you care about it at all?

In this episode, Carla is going to cover all of this and more. She’s going to teach us how to consistently come up with great ideas that have an actual impact on our business and work. Join us for a great conversation.

In this episode, you will hear:

  • How Carla got into innovation.
  • Why innovation needs to be taught and practiced.
  • Innovation and efficiency don’t coexist.
  • How to think about innovation like a business tool.
  • Why simplicity rules the day.
  • How to become more innovative.

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Steve Riley

Certified Practice Advisor & Attorney

Steve Riley has coached attorneys for more than 20 years. His one-on-one coaching focuses on a limited number of top producing attorneys committed to taking their practices to new levels of excellence, profit, and personal success. He also presents at group coaching workshops around the country for individual law firms, state bar associations, and other legal organizations.

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