Your law practice is filled with immense, untapped potential.
The key to unlocking that potential is by understanding the power of strategic leverage (which includes the sensible use of technology).
Here’s the first key thing to understand.
Your law business is governed by a host of synergistic forces that all interact in subtle but important ways.
Technology is one important (and now fairly obvious) synergistic force. You should learn about ALL of the various forces, but…
If you want to radically improve your practice, you focus heavily on tech-related “force-multipliers.” Specifically, the ones that will allow you to…
Develop better systems to get all your work done quickly, reliably, and with much lower overhead.
Turn your practice into a “digital factory” so it runs more by itself—without any effort on your part.
Do only the work you love to do! Get others (think: virtual assistants) to handle everything else.
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A Harsh Truth...
For many lawyers, the promise of modern technology has been an empty one. And it’s easy to understand why.
We simply weren’t prepared to deal with all this techno-wizardry. Computers and web-driven change arrived quickly and created a massive disruption in the legal profession.
And while computers are now indispensable, they’re also inherently complicated to operate.
So, not surprisingly, we often find ourselves feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, and confused.
Of course, not all lawyers have trouble with technology. Some of us have been able to leverage digital systems effectively.
But most lawyers struggle just to keep up with routine emails. Which is a shame, because…
Learning how to deal with technology doesn’t have to be so difficult. And you don’t have to figure it all out by yourself.
Or, if you prefer…
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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