We now live in the Information Age where factory jobs are on the wane and information jobs are on the rise.
For lawyers, this should be a huge opportunity.
But, Be Aware
Of course, there are different levels of thinking.
Low-level thinking is about solving simple problems (i.e. busy work). Difficult problems require higher-level thinking.
And as you probably can guess, you’ll earn more when you’re doing higher-level thinking.
You Need to Work Smarter
You should do as much high-level work as possible. Because, first, that’s how you’ll earn more money.
But also, you’ll avoid the massive frustration that comes from doing low-level busy work.
If you can get more of your knowledge work done with less effort, and less stress, then you’re working smarter.
Working smarter is also about automating work to save time while also dramatically lowering your overhead.
This means you can
- Work easily from anywhere using a cloud-based, paperless document management system.
- Create legal documents up to 500% faster (and do so more reliably).
- Process emails in seconds (and filter out 80% of the noise automatically).
- Be more confident because your data is fully secure from intruders.
- Use outsourcing to get all your admin work done at a much lower cost by people who can work as much or as little as you need (even legal work).
How to start
There are two ways to get started. First, you can enroll in the Working Smarter Course (the best option).
Or, you can begin by taking a smaller step and download the Free PDF Guide.
Whatever path you take, it’s vital to…
Focus On These 3 Keys
Turn your practice into a well-oiled machine that runs more by itself—i.e. with minimal effort on your part.
Delegate everything you don’t enjoy doing to others (using outsourcing as much as possible)
Optimize workflows (and document them) so all work gets done easily & reliably via delegation/outsourcing.
“I recommend Ernie to anyone who wants to work smarter, watching everyone else run around in circles.”
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A Stubborn Truth...
The old ways of doing things don’t work as well as they used to. That should be obvious by now.
There are new ways of running a law practice (or any modern business) that are much better.
What lawyers say
about their experiences...
“I really feel that Ernie understands the challenges lawyers face when running their business.”Bin Xia Zhang– Quebec, Canada
“I learned how to develop systems to make my practice more efficient and profitable.”Christine Senne—Orlando, FL
“I have been practicing for nearly 43 years, so I’ve been around long enough to recognize the real deal. Ernie is the real deal.”Tom Walker– Boise, ID
“My practice has grown exponentially.”Stephanie Quigley– New Orleans, LA
“You are showing lawyers how to transform their small firm practices in a way I don't see anyone else being able to do.”Todd Smith– Austin, TX