I learned how to market my legal services the hard way (and yes it was hard).

I was sworn in at 23 and started my own practice shortly thereafter. I had no experience as a lawyer, no business contacts (I’d been in school all my life), no secretary, and no clients. Just me. Opened an office and waited for the world to find me.

I was young (and looked it) and I was lost. Nothing I tried worked but then I couldn’t think of much to try. I was frustrated and broke and scared to death, and this went on for about five years.

Finally, I learned a few marketing ideas and put them to work. Eventually, I actually got good at marketing and my practice took off. I practiced for more than twenty years and now I run two businesses from home.

You can learn more about my story here: What I learned about marketing in law school.

And you can learn more about how I can help you here: Why I may not be able to help you.

On a personal note, I have been married for over thirty years and my wife and I have one grown daughter who, unlike her father and grandfather, has no plans to become a lawyer.

If you have any questions, here’s how to contact me.

I look forward to helping you earn more, work less, and create the life you want.

All the best,

David Ward

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