Who’s my competition?
Technically, I know I have competition. However, in my way of looking at things, I don’t.
First of all, I’m not suited for everyone. In general these are the lawyers I can best help.
So if you’re looking for someone to help you with your practice…
…here are some folks that might make more sense for you.
I know a couple of lawyers who’ve signed up for RJon’s program, which is called How to Manage a Small Firm.
People seem to either love RJon or hate him.
One thing to bear in mind: his company’s services are expensive.
How expensive? He charges $1,500 per month at the lowest subscription level.
And he requires you to commit to 18 months.
Many lawyers are daunted by that cost. Others are put off by his personality.
My recommendation is that you do some in-depth research, and then give him a shot if it feels right.
I’ve never met him, but several people who’ve been in his programs and found them very helpful.
Overall, his approach is based on been-there-done-that (successfully).
Lee does a 1-day workshop every once in awhile, for which he charges $1,249. But even if you can’t attend one of his workshops…
You can sign up for his monthly membership. And the last time I checked his monthly membership cost $169 per month (or $2,028 per year).
So that’s probably the best option if you want to get help from Lee.
Oh, and you might want to know that in late 2017 Lee sold his practice. Now he spends 100% of his time traveling around the world with his spouse, enjoying life. That’s something a lot of lawyers want to do, and so learning how Lee did that may appeal to you.
Whatever you do, find someone to help you improve your practice sooner rather than later.
The best time to learn how to best manage your law practice was when you first started it. The second best time is now.
As I repeatedly say…
I’m NOT the best option for everyone. Make sure you appreciate my ethos before you decide to work with me.
And same goes for anyone else you want to get help from.