Three Keys to Working Smarter
Use digital 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...
We now live in the Information Age where computers are doing more of the work that humans used to do. Because computers can perform many tasks faster, cheaper, and more reliably than humans.
We now see that every business that makes use of computers is undergoing radical change. This is good for some and bad for others.
Obviously, it’s bad for folks who do low-level work that computers can now do.
Fortunately, lawyers do work that computers can’t do. For example, computers can’t do critical thinking—at least not yet.
The bad news is that most lawyers also do a lot of low-level work. Stuff that computers can do faster, better, and cheaper.
This presents both a challenge and an opportunity.
The challenge is how to get your computer to do more of your low-level work. And the opportunity is being able to free up time to do more critical thinking.
This is the kind of work that most clients are willing to pay for.
Technology is the key to leveraging some big opportunities now. It allows “knowledge workers” like us lawyers to earn a better living, doing work we truly enjoy without having to do the tedious stuff we despise.
But here’s a harsh truth: merely adopting technology isn’t going to transform your practice.
You have to figure out how to use it in the most effective way. And to do that…
You need to understand the bigger picture of how to connect all the dots, and in what order to connect them.
But many lawyers prefer to start with my Solo & Small Firm Lawyers’ Guide to Working Smarter.
Or, as I mentioned above, you can also talk to me personally if you’d like.
about their experiences...
“The investment of money is small as compared to the value...There is no one I would not recommend the course to... Ernie, it's just been invaluable. Thank you, thank you, thank you!”Thomas C. Railsback– Dallas/Ft. Worth
“...a great time saver in making choices and implementing those choices. Also, it was nice to sometimes hear that Ernie supports some choices I've made so I could stop agonizing about that.”Eloise Hock Feinstein– San Diego
“I needed guidance from folks whom I trust and who have the experience to tell me what has worked for them and what hasn't. ...Really, this has opened up new windows on the world of running a legal practice more effectively and efficiently.”James P. Monast– Columbus, OH
“I'm an experienced lawyer, so I was concerned that this would just be more of the same things that I have learned in years of practice. That wasn't the case...The Autopilot course made me much more confident about starting my own solo practice.”Robert Nunn– Portland, OR