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I'll be following your story all the way Victoria. Thanks for bringing us along. My grandfather (another James Campbell) was an explosives technician in WWII. He blew up bridges and laid those long pipe bombs you see in saving private ryan. He came in on the beaches of Normandy but was in the last few waves of soldiers after the beach had been won. My dad said he told him about it when he was in high school. It was very hard for my dad to watch that movie knowing his pops had been right there.
James Campbell is now following Jerry Reif
Aug 30, 2011
Today is my first day back from a much-needed vacation. My husband, David, and I spent 10 wonderful days in the cool Colorado Rockies -- fly fishing, biking, hiking and just relaxing. via its 'my pleasure' to re-post this excellent blog post by our CEO Continue reading
Reblogged Aug 22, 2011 at Practice Fitness
What's all this hubbub about video? Do you have optimized video on your website? Is your video indexed on YouTube? If not, you may be missingout on the millions of dollars that online video viewers shelled out to retail and non-retail companies alike. via Continue reading
Reblogged Aug 17, 2011 at Practice Fitness
I was working the other day and got an e-mail through my Linked In account from one of my contacts who wanted to talk about my new position and what I do. I remembered meeting him at an event a couple of months ago, but I couldn’t really remember much... Continue reading
Reblogged Aug 17, 2011 at Practice Fitness
We are shooting videos tomorrow. We blocked off the whole day, even pulled Kyle out of his law practice and James out of his office. Just to shoot video. via Continue reading
Reblogged May 16, 2011 at Practice Fitness
A few weeks ago I received an email from an attorney asking whether I would recommend transitioning a practice to estate planning. He was concerned about whether there is enough business in the current estate tax environment. via Continue reading
Reblogged May 9, 2011 at Practice Fitness
Your website should be the "hub" of your practice development and marketing efforts. Properly designed, your website should be the single most powerful marketing strategy you can employ, next to a face-to-face meeting. In fact, visitng your website should be as close to meeting you face-to-face as possible. via Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 25, 2011 at Practice Fitness
A prospective client called us yesterday with news that just made my day. He had been visiting with Jerry, one of our current clients, about his experience working with Integrity Marketing. via Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 21, 2011 at Practice Fitness
James Campbell is now following Jennifer Campbell Goddard
Apr 20, 2011
Last summer I was asked to speak to a large group of estate planning professionals. In discussing possible topics, they said they were most interested in building professional referral relationships. I knew my job would require some diplomacy, as this was a mixed group of both financial and legal professionals... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 20, 2011 at Practice Fitness
James Campbell is now following Hank Whittenberg
Nov 1, 2010
If you are feeling like now is the time to take your practice to the next level. Or you see an opportunity but are not exactly sure how to capitalize, you owe it to yourself do something about it. Continue reading
Posted Oct 14, 2010 at Practice Fitness
Actually, this post is about clients that have motivated me. Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2010 at Practice Fitness
Working with attorneys I have noticed that taking advice and being committed to following it is not an easy task. It effects the ego (trust me I know how that can feel!). To have somebody tell us that what we have been doing is not perfect can be a tough pill to swallow. Continue reading
Posted Aug 16, 2010 at Practice Fitness
Let's face it, in business we are in competition. It doesn't matter if you are an estate planning attorney or a person that does marketing for estate planning attorneys. We are competing every day. I pulled these three quotes because I think they relate very well to our niche Continue reading
Posted Aug 10, 2010 at Practice Fitness
There are a few very common reasons why people don’t make positive changes to their health AND business. The biggest one is MAKING EXCUSES. As human beings we are creatures of habit. Therefore YOU NEED TO CHANGE YOUR HABITS! Continue reading
Posted Jul 30, 2010 at Practice Fitness
People begin to become successful the minute they decide to be. -- Harvey Mackay Over the past few weeks I have talked a lot about setting goals and developing a plan to achieve them. Although this is very important, the very first thing we need to do is decide that... Continue reading
Posted Jul 23, 2010 at Practice Fitness
Over the last few days I have received quite a few questions about my new blog. One that I found unique and that relates very well to practice development came from an attorney in Michigan, Dan Marsh. Dan is a former JAG (Army) and was in the USMC Reserve for... Continue reading
Posted Jul 14, 2010 at Practice Fitness
If you were to ask me which muscle group in your entire body you could work to get the greatest benefits in the shortest amount of time, I would tell you without hesitation, "the core." Your core supports your entire body. It allows you to strengthen your legs, to work... Continue reading
Posted Jul 9, 2010 at Practice Fitness
"fundamentals form the base of your fitness goals. Your foundation." Continue reading
Posted Jul 6, 2010 at Practice Fitness
What is your ideal physique? When you close your eyes how do you envision your body? We have all seen the TV show The Biggest Loser and it is exciting and inspiring to see the first episode of the season and how much weight the contestants have to lose but... Continue reading
Posted Jul 1, 2010 at Practice Fitness
We all have goals. We have goals for our career and goals for our personal life both short term and long term. Often times we separate the two, when in reality they go hand-in-hand. Continue reading
Posted Jun 30, 2010 at Practice Fitness