Attorney Beth McDaniel founded her own practice in 2002 after years of working— first as a volunteer mediator, and then as an attorney in a firm so she could support her growing family.


It wasn’t until she became seriously ill that she realized she needed more support in her business.

She shares several takeaways that any attorney who wants to start a business (or somebody who wants to grow a business beyond themselves) can learn from, including…


  • The job you really have… when you’re looking for a job
  • What she did when faced with serious illness – and clients had concerns 
  • An extra step she took to separate herself from the local competition
  • The importance of managing your business – not just doing the work
  • And more