Structure Your Firm Correctly To Obtain Success, With Jim Adler
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Structure Your Firm Correctly To Obtain Success, With Jim Adler Famously known as “The Texas Hammer” and “The Hammer Lawyer,” personal injury attorney, Jim Adler, has been hammering for car accident victims for over 40 years, championing “the little guy” against big corporations and big insurance companies which would deny their legal rights.That mission is why he launched his own law firm in 1973 with a one-man office in downtown Houston. Today, Jim Adler & Associates has offices all across Texas in Houston, Channelview, Dallas and San Antonio, with two dozen accident attorneys and more than 250 legal support staff. They share Jim Adler’s mission of helping injured Texans get the money they deserve from those who were at fault. What you’ll learn about in this episode: Jim’s start practicing law and how he decided to take on personal injury cases, and which types of cases he initially took on. Why you need an administrative structure to properly handle all of your cases. A breakdown of the 7 fundamental departments of a successful law firm, and how Jim’s approaching them at his firm. Why #7, the internet & social media, is so important today and how Jim approaches those needs. The cities within Texas Jim operates in. The phenomenon of finding it difficult to find good assistance due to people changing the way they approach work because of covid. Advice for attorneys who want to become as prosperous as Jim is. Why you have to treat everyone in your firm well to be successful in the long wrong. Resources: Website: https://www.jimadler.com/attorneys/jim-adler/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JimAdlerLawfirm LinkedInBusiness: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jim-s-adler-&-associates/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thetexashammer_/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/jajimadler Additional Resources: PILMMA’s Super Summit https://learn.pilmma.org/pilmma-super-summit-2021 The Mastermind Effect: https://www.pilmma.org/the-mastermind-effect/ PILMMA’s Free Resources: https://www.pilmma.org/free-resources/ PILMMA Join Page: https://learn.pilmma.org/join-pilmma
Today’s guest is Jim Adler Founder and Managing Director of Toyota AI Ventures, a standalone early-stage venture capital fund that invests in startups working on A.I., robotics, mobility, and more. We start the conversation with Jim describing what Toyota AI Ventures does and what its mission is. From we get into how they help startups take their idea to scale when to introduce processes and how to find a balance that allows creativity and growth. Jim shares how Toyota AI Ventures bridges the gap between global enterprise and startup, which is an important step. If an investor is too involved it can stifle innovation that happens early, but if they are not involved enough the startup could end up lacking the ability to recruit, build company culture, or find clients that see the value in their idea. Next Jim shares the success story of Joby Aviation, his first meeting in a canyon to see their air taxi in flight, going to bat for them, and their goal of saving one billion people an hour each day! We wrap up discussing the qualities Jim looks for in a startup, separating signal from noise, and how to take advantage of the hype cycle! If you have a startup and are seeking knowledge on how to attract investors this is a must-listen episode for you! Three Key Takeaways: It is important to build thought leadership processes around the areas you are weak in, not just your strengths. When working with a startup your thought leadership should add value to the areas they need help with but not overshadow their creative energy. All leaders should be thought leaders. Thought Leadership is a team sport.
Jim Adler - Founding Managing Director at Toyota AI Ventures
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On this episode we are talking with Jim Adler who is the Founding Managing Director of Toyota's early stage fund, Toyota AI Ventures. It was great having Jim on the show as we previously covered a lot of topics on the application of AI within mobility. Together with Jim we talked about the VC industry and the idea behind Toyota AI Ventures. We are covering topics around corporate innovation tools and corporate venture capital. Tune in and subscribe to the SPEED CHANGE REPEAT Podcast for a new episode every week!
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The Matt Thomas Show w/ @SportsMT, @SportsRV, and @ProNickLow 2/17/20Brian T. Smith discusses the latest on the Astros Scandal (11:56)Jim Adler on a Mobile (1:03:24)Michael Connor joins Live from Spring Training in West Palm Beach (1:42:53)
In this Trial Lawyer Nation podcast, Michael Cowen sits down with prominent Texas attorney, Jim Adler, AKA “The Texas Hammer,” for a discussion on building a law practice on a solid reputation. Running an efficient law firm that has allowed him the ability to spend quality time with his large family (4 kids and 9 […] The post 32 – Jim Adler – Building a Firm on Reputation appeared first on Trial Lawyer Nation.
SXSW: Tattoos, tacos and Toyota’s Jim Adler (Episode 1)
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On this episode of Shift: The Mobility Podcast, Sharon and Pete talk to Jim Adler from Toyota AI Ventures. They also discuss South by Southwest, Navigant Research’s leaderboard for automated vehicles, the DOT’s response to a GM request and AAA’s study on consumer attitudes toward self-driving cars.
How does a giant company that is perfectly adapted to the traditional auto industry adapt to the new world of mobility technology? Why is Toyota investing in home robotics? How is storm tracking like high-tech venture capital investing? What books inspire technology investors? Jim Adler of Toyota AI Ventures, a venture capital fund that works with the Toyota Research Institute to position Toyota in future technologies, joins The Autonocast to answer these questions and more.
AI Today Podcast #36: Interview with Jim Adler, Toyota AI Ventures
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Companies of all sorts are increasing their investment in AI. Toyota has a wide range of applications of AI, so it’s no surprise that they are interested in helping to spur further growth in the industry by investing in early stage startups that are focused on AI and Machine Learning technology. In this podcast, we interview Jim Adler, Founding Managing Director, of Toyota AI Ventures.Continue reading AI Today Podcast #36: Interview with Jim Adler, Toyota AI Ventures at Cognilytica.