Even though I’ve helped hundreds of lawyers over the past decades (and even won awards like this one from the ABA)…
My approach does not suit everyone. Here are the kinds of folks I’m best able to help.
- Lawyers who are truly serious about changing their practices
- Lawyers who are open to new ways of doing things (as opposed to staying in a familiar rut)
- Lawyers who will invest time, energy, and money to change their practices
- Lawyers who truly care about helping their clients (not seeing them as just a revenue source)
- Lawyers who understand that technology is just a means to an end (not something to obsess over)
- Lawyers who realize that creating a better practice won’t happen quickly (you have to play the long-game, and get beyond simplistic, short-term thinking).
Creating a successful business in the modern age means adopting new ways of doing things.
It means being more like Wayne Gretzky, who famously said his success came from “skating to where the puck is going to be,” and not where it’s been.
For most lawyers, a mindset shift is required. You need to appreciate that there are incredible new opportunities to be harnessed…if you know “where to skate to.”
Hopefully, I can help you spot and exploit some of those opportunities.
P.S. If you want a better practice, start using the 80/20 Principle.