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Work Smarter

Use technology to streamline operations, improve marketing, gain financial security, and have more freedom.

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law practice management

Work Smarter

Use technology to streamline operations, improve marketing, gain financial security, and have more freedom.

Tell Me More
law practice management

Work Smarter

Use technology to streamline operations, improve marketing, gain financial security, and have more freedom.

Tell Me More

The Path to Security & Freedom

Technology has completely changed modern work, which probably comes as no surprise.

More of us now work remotely, virtually, and asynchronously —processing digital information that travels at light speed anywhere in the world at virtually zero cost.

Adopt, Adapt & Thrive

Lawyers need to adapt to this new reality, using technology to remove friction, streamline workflows, and achieve greater financial security and freedom.

Yes, there are challenges in adapting, but there are also amazing opportunities…if you know how to leverage them.

Modernize Workflows

Start by optimizing digital workflows and maximizing the use of automation (and AI) as much as possible.

Then adopt ways of methods of communicating that work well for remote teams and virtual collaboration.

Solos do this best

Increasingly it’s possible for solo lawyers to be more efficient and cost-effective than larger firms.

That’s purely because of modern technology. But to harness its advantages you have to use it well.

If you do you’ll increasingly enjoy work more, as well as gain greater financial rewards and more freedom.

Step 1: Remove friction

The key to success in any business is removing friction. Anything that impedes the flow of work is friction.

But spotting the friction can be tricky. That’s because traditional workflows are familiar so we don’t notice the friction.

For example paper-based workflows are filled with friction. Lawyers who shift to digital workflows endure less friction.

But then they encounter new friction because they don’t know how to optimize their digital workflows.

Alas, what’s a poor lawyer to do?

Step 2: Be selective

Look technology is essential now. That’s obvious.

What’s less obvious is that we can’t just keep loading up on new software and tech tools. Buying new software or equipment is easy, but knowing what to buy and how to use it is the hard part.

There are too many options and more options get introduced every day. So, you need to minimize the complexity and confusion.

Step 3: Keep it simple

Don’t chase cutting edge stuff, even if you hear fancy consultants recommending it.

Stick to what’s tried and true.

Focus first on what creates the most leverage and has the highest overall benefit to your practice.

Bottom line

Technology takes time to understand, evaluate, and adopt. Some lawyers have time for this, but most do not.

If you want some help…

Start here…

I created a free resource for lawyers who want to start using technology more effectively. Because that’s the best way I know to make big improvements in your law practice.

Click to Get the Guide

The 3 Keys to Success

  • AUTOMATION so more of your essential work gets done faster, more reliably, and at a much lower cost.
  • OUTSOURCING using affordable overseas VAs who dramatically reduce your workload and free up more time.
  • DIGITAL MARKETING using low-cost methods to get clients that make your practice successful & enjoyable

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Step #1

Assess

How well are you using technology right now?

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Step #2

Discover

How to use tech to work smarter and be happier

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