If you want to simplify your practice you need to be realistic. It’s important to work from a plan as much as possible, so you can keep the overall process in mind easily. If you want the blueprint/framework I created you can click here to download it now.
And below I’ve listed the various resources that I mentioned:
- Free to Focus, by Michael Hyatt (includes discussion of mapping out your ideal week)
- Typography for Lawyers, by Matthew Butterick (step-by-step guidance on how to set up templates for stationery, pleadings, contracts, business cards etc.)
- Acuity Scheduling (automate the scheduling of various kinds of appointments; all you have to do is be there on time)
- TextExpander; – (powerful text automation for email signatures to complex forms)
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