It sounded sinister when I overheard the guy in the airport say it to his colleague.
The implication seemed to be they were fighting a push from some faction that disdained “the way things are.”
Of course, I have no idea what the full context of the discussion was. But the tone sounded conspiratorial.
And here’s the weirder thing.
I found myself inclined to agree with the statement.
Of course. Why not just keep things the way they are?
Avoiding change is such a powerful proposition. Always.
Who wants change? And all the disruption that comes with it.
Yeah, at a gut level change usually seems like a bad idea.
But if you engage the rational side of your thinking, change often makes a boatload of sense.
Do you want your law business to operate at a higher level? Well, that means making some changes.
Maybe everything is okay for you.
Then don’t think about change. Just keep things the way they are.
But if you want to take your practice to a higher level, then you’ll need to start making changes.
What changes? Well, that’s a good question. And one that will probably take a long time to answer.
If you don’t feel like making changes, I understand.
But if you’re interested in figuring out how to improve operational workflows by using systems and automation and outsourcing, then you may be interested in this.
I can help if you’d like. Or not.
It depends on what you really want.