What does it mean to TAKE YOUR LAW FIRM TO THE NEXT LEVEL?
Everyone comes from a different stage in their career, a different path that leads them to their version of success. Our job is to give you the tools and know-how to level up your firm from wherever you currently are to wherever you want to go. This podcast shares actionable steps that can be taken by anyone to have lasting impacts on your firm.
Our goal on this podcast is to always be authentic. We want to share our struggles as business owners because we know many of you will relate. We aren’t perfect and are still working on implementing many of the things we’ve talked about in these episodes. Today’s episode is no exception. We’re going to be talking about goal planning for the next year. What we want to harp on in this episode is that, just as with everything else in entrepreneurship, imperfect goal planning is better than none at all. Don’t let perfect become the enemy of good. Of course, we’d all love to have the perfect plan but it’s more important that we just get started. So, in this...Read More
If you joined us last week, you heard us talk about getting out of the way. We discussed how, as law firm owners, we often get in our team’s way by failing to train them on policies and procedures and not letting go. This week, we’re diving into this topic a bit deeper. We’re talking about leading people and managing people. To get anything of significance done in your firm (including writing policies and procedures) and to serve your clients better, you need to leverage your team. You must go beyond managing them and truly lead them. In the episode, we’ll discuss some of the benefits of leading our people over managing them. We’ll also explain what it even looks...Read More
As law firm owners, we can really get in the way. We can easily become roadblocks to the rest of our team. We do it unintentionally but, nonetheless, we are a roadblock. Perhaps you’ve found yourself in this cycle: you’re a solo attorney struggling to keep up with all your work so you hire some help. However, you’re so overwhelmed that you don’t have the time to train that help or give them the processes or procedures for the work you need them to do. As a result, they don’t have much to do and you get frustrated. So, you hire more help and the cycle just repeats itself. If you’ve been in that cycle, you know that it's not...Read More