Thursday, Mar. 12, 2009
Law Practice Management Tip of the Week
Make your business card your calling card
Every lawyer gets a business card. It’s just one of those things that you do. And, surely, the creation and purchasing of your business card can be a drab process. Perhaps your firm orders your cards for you and you only need to provide contact information. Perhaps you order your own cards, but just drop your contact information on a white background.
It’s easy for the "blahs" to creep into your use of your business card. Maybe it’s an afterthought to hand your card off as you are walking away from a conversation. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Your business card should reflect your personality and your practice. It should be another driver of your business. It should not be the conversation-ender, but a conversation-starter.
Below are some suggested ways to make your business card your calling card:
For more helpful tips, join the MBA's Law Practice Management Section. Call MBA Member Services at (617) 338-0530 to join.
To learn more about the Law Practice Management Section, contact co-chairs Alan J. Klevan or Rodney Dowell.