Even if you don’t realize it, you already have a business model for your law practice. You inherited the “traditional law practice model” when you graduated law school and joined the ranks of hundreds of thousands of lawyers who are doing things the way they’ve always been done. But, since you’re here reading this article, I’m willing to bet that you’ve since become aware that you cannot build a sustainable and fulfilling law practice using the traditional law practice model.
You wouldn’t be reading this if you didn’t want to make a change in your life and law practice. Yet, I’m guessing that you haven’t yet taken many actions to make that change. Am I right? Or, maybe you have made some changes, but you want to make more…Of course you do! The traditional law practice model we were all taught is simply not conducive to having a life you love. And, it doesn’t even allow you to serve your clients in the highest and best way possible. You know it. They know it. But few people know what to do about … Continue reading
You’ve heard me say it here repeatedly, the traditional law practice model is broken. And, if you do not make a change in the way you practice law and serve clients, you are going to get caught behind the 8-ball, and keep struggling and maybe even give up the practice of law altogether. And with the rise of technology like estate planning software for lawyers, and do it yourself legal document drafting systems for consumers, you might have extra reasons to think you have to compete on fees to get hired. But, you don’t. And trying to compete on fees … Continue reading
Is your law practice model working for you? I mean REALLY working for you? Are you earning the income you envisioned possible for yourself when you started your law practice? Or, do you have the income you deserve, but only making that happen by sacrificing your personal and family life? Are you afraid of making changes, even if making those changes could bring significantly better outcomes in your law practice? If so, read our big announcement here with two sets of eyes: one set focused on what I am saying and how our big shifts will impact you and the other … Continue reading