There can be many reasons why a law firm owner will struggle financially and work 60-80 hours per week. The biggest one by far is because the average law firm owner is doing too many things to the extent of becoming counter-productive.
Operating a law firm is not a one-man show. You could be the most talented and effective leader, but that doesn’t matter when you can’t leverage your billable hours. Hiring people is an ideal option if you’re striving to increase your revenue or expand your law firm. How can you tell if it’s the right time to hire employees and determine which positions to fill?
In this episode, Moshe lays out why the progress of your law firm remains static. Then, as aspiring law firm owners, you’ll learn the essence of effective task delegation to free your time from non-billable work. Start paving your law firm’s path to success by hiring the right people at the right time.
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Every year, law schools produce legal practitioners of great minds and integrity. However, the training and education they receive have little to do with business development. As a result, law entrepreneurs need to learn the fundamentals of growing a business from scratch — and the first step is shifting from having a lawyer mindset to being a business owner.
In this episode, Craig Goldenfarb lays out the basic groundwork for an enduring and successful business. He discusses the importance of growing and scaling your business as well as having a positive work culture.
Systems and processes are essential in every business. Without these building blocks in place, your business is bound to fall apart. Tasks, leads, sales, customer experience — your organization's operations hinge on these processes.
In this episode, we interview Daleele Alison, CEO and co-founder of RooksDM. We discuss designing efficient automated processes using the right technology tools. He details the key aspects that you will need to look into when outlining your business operations. We also discuss the points of opportunity where you can use technology tools to streamline workflow.
Here are three reasons why you should listen to this episode: