You’re frustrated with technology.

Of course, you’re not alone. Lots of lawyers are frustrated with technology.

It’s too complicated. It’s always changing. And you aren’t interested in being a tech-wizard.

Am I right?

You went to law school to learn to solve legal problems, not to futz with machines powered by microchips.

Some lawyers (usually “tech nerds”) try to solve “the problem of technology” by getting better at using technology.

But this is an insidious trap.

Other lawyers try to avoid using technology as much as possible. This is also unrealistic.

Technology is part of the practice of law now, like it or not.

You’re frustrated with technology.

Of course, you’re not alone. Lots of lawyers are frustrated with technology.

It’s too complicated. It’s always changing. And you aren’t interested in being a tech-wizard.

Am I right?

You went to law school to learn to solve legal problems, not to futz with machines powered by microchips.

Some lawyers (usually “tech nerds”) try to solve “the problem of technology” by getting better at using technology.

But this is an insidious trap.

Other lawyers try to avoid using technology as much as possible. This is also unrealistic.

Technology is part of the practice of law now, like it or not.

The Real (Hidden) Problem

But the real problem isn’t technology. No, my friend, technology is a symptom.

The real problem is deeper. Hidden from view.

That’s the bad news.

The good news is that the real problem is simpler than technology (which is inherently complex).

The real problem is easy to understand.

And best of all? The real problem easy to solve. Much easier than you’ve imagined.

Because to solve it you don’t need to know much about technology. Hardly anything at all.

In fact, the less you know about technology, the easier it will be to deal with the real problem.

So what’s the real problem?

Not having a systematic approach is the problem.

Specifically, not having a systematic approach to running your business —your law firm— is the problem.

Also…

Not having the right people to help you run your practice is a big component.

And…not having a clear plan is part of it.

In fact, it’s probably the most important part.

The Clear Plan is Crucial

The Clear Plan is Crucial

You need a clear plan for how to run your practice so that it’s:

  • more profitable and (simultaneously) so that it…
  • requires less hands-on management (less involvement by you!)

A clear plan.

That’s all you need to start fixing the problem.

You probably didn’t realize this, did you?

Not knowing you needed a plan was the hidden problem.

But that problem was just solved. Now you know.

Time For Action

So here’s what you have to do in step-by-step order:

  1. Develop a plan
  2. Be systematic and disciplined in executing the plan
  3. Get as much help from other humans as possible (to help you execute the plan)

That’s it.

Whatever you need help with (including technology), just get help from folks that are knowledgeable and trustworthy.

That’s how you eliminate friction and minimize frustration.

In short…

That’s how you create a smooth-running practice—one that’s profitable and enjoyable.

Now Let’s Be Realistic…

Success won’t happen overnight.

But it will happen a lot faster now you know what you need to do.

And it will happen faster (and easier) because…

You won’t waste any more time trying to solve the wrong problem.

If you want help moving forward let me know.

Helping solo and small firm lawyers build great law practices is what I’ve been doing for the last twelve years.

I’ve helped dozens and dozens of lawyers over those years.

Lawyers with all kinds of different practices.

Lawyers all over the country (even some in foreign countries!)

And if you’d like me to help you too, I’m ready and willing.

In fact, I can start helping you right away.

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Helping solo and small firm lawyers build great law practices is what I’ve been doing for the last twelve years.