How Podcasts Can Save Your Life (And Boost Your Law Practice) featuring Robert Ingalls

Robert Ingalls explains how fatherhood made him a better businessman and the importance of managing your anxiety.

Robert Ingalls, a Charlotte School of Law graduate, explains why banking compliance is a great job for law grads and why you don’t need an answer to everything.

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How Podcasts Can Save Your Life (And Boost Your Law Practice) featuring Robert Ingalls

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How Podcasts Can Save Your Life (And Boost Your Law Practice) featuring Robert IngallsHow Podcasts Can Save Your Life (And Boost Your Law Practice) featuring Robert Ingalls

About This Episode

Robert Ingalls is the Chief Podcast Strategist of LawPods, a full-service podcast production company for lawyers. After a book led him to a podcast, Robert was impressed by the numerous podcast topics and diverse content offerings. Robert Ingalls began his own podcast, then consulted with others about how to start their podcasts. Later, Robert Ingalls used his experience to create LawPods and take the stress out of podcasting for lawyers. 

Listen to learn:

  • Why changing your mindset can change your life
  • The importance of changing your career if your mental health suffers while practicing law
  • How others turn their hobbies into their passions

We also discuss:

  • The book Mindset by Carol Dweck
  • Best career choices if you have a JD and enjoy storytelling and talking
  • Why working in different legal practice areas may benefit you

Robert Ingalls is licensed to practice law in North Carolina. Learn more about Robert Ingalls:  

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Website: www.lawpods.com

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