Too many solos and small firm lawyers work too hard, without earning what they deserve for that hard work.
Hard work is necessary, but it’s no longer enough by itself.
In today’s world, technology is also essential. Of course, some lawyers discount or even dismiss the power of technology.
But here’s the stubborn truth…
Technology can help you create a truly amazing practice (once you learn to use it sensibly).
For example, you can automate large swaths of your legal work and save an astonishing amount of time.
- Use smart templates to create your legal documents up to 500% faster (and do so more reliably).
- Blast out emails in seconds using text macros (that make your automated responses as detailed as necessary).
- Use outsourcing to get work done without even lifting a finger.
Yes, technology is often confusing. And it’s undeniably complicated and constantly changing. But there are principles you can apply to harness its power more effectively
Specifically, there are three key elements to using technology to work smarter.
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 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.
But learning new things can be challenging.
Technology is powerful, but also complex, confusing and constantly changing.
Not everyone wants to deal with those challenges. I understand that people hate dealing with change.
But the better path is to confront an unavoidable truth.
Technology is radically changing our world, and we can either learn to surf its waves or get swept helplessly away.
If you want to learn to leverage technology effectively and make radical improvements to your law practice, then…
You’ll probably be interested in the Working Smarter course.
Or you can start by downloading my free PDF guide.
Or, maybe you prefer to have a short phone call where we can talk about specific recommendations for taking your practice to the next level.
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