I get it!
Creating a wildly profitable law practice is not easy. It is why many solo lawyers don’t succeed as they desire.
I know the struggles that come with building a law practice doing everything from marketing, intakes, consultations, administrative work you can’t bill for, performing legal work and even court appearances. Then there is actually what is having a life outside your practice that demands attention or is sadly neglected especially relationships and health.
I have been there and experienced some of those challenges. A few years ago, I decided it was time to reduce my practice and devote more time to another business interest of mine. There were so many things I wish I had done differently while growing my law practice. As I began sharing some of the best practices with a few of my colleagues, I soon realized what a great way to pay it both forward and backwards. Paying backwards was me getting to consult with lawyers, my people helping them succeed on their terms but also paying it forward was the satisfaction and joy of empowering lawyers to achieve their goals. It is an absolute privilege to be a part of helping professionals build a business that works for them. That is my definition of success.
Although success looks different for each of us, building a wildly profitable law practice that works for you providing freedom to enjoy building a business, helping others and having a quality life. This is one of the most rewarding things a lawyer can do for themselves.
Let’s get started.
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