Siegel & Coonerty, LLP
Ever hear of Mischelle Davis?
She’s the marketing powerhouse for her husband, Seattle personal injury attorney Chris Davis.
I had the pleasure of finally meeting them both at Ben Glass’ Great Legal Marketing seminar June 11 and June 12, 2010 held in Fairfax, Virginia. They are both down-to-earth and lovely people to talk to. I had the pleasure of speaking with them the night before the conference started and was blown away by all the different marketing this super duo make happen.
It was clear during our talk that the number one reason why attorneys succeed at what they do is because they implement their decision to take action. It is those attorneys who fail to implement that always wonder why their marketing is not working.
I first heard Mischelle Davis speak to Ben’s group in January 2009. At that time I thought I was a savvy legal marketer. After listening to her talk about everything she and her husband Chris implemented and continued to implement, I was totally blown away. I walked out of her lecture with tons of notes and a promise to myself to implement every one of those items. Since that time, I have followed their successes online and continue to be amazed at how much they implement and get done to market Chris’ law practice.
I knew I was in for a treat when Mischelle gave me a head’s up preview during our talk the night before she was scheduled to speak. She did not disappoint. Starting promptly at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday morning, the first words out of her mouth were “You have to implement.”
“We’re doing it. Why aren’t you?”
The theme of her talk was: This is what we did before coming to Great Legal Marketing, this is what we did after joining; this is what we did each year and here are the trackable results we achieved for each year. Her talk was energizing and it is obvious they have literally taken the bull by the horns to effectively implement their marketing ideas in such a short time.
I am glad I had the pleasure of meeting these two legal marketing superstars in person and sharing ideas with people who truly get it.