Empowerment makes you feel you have ultimate control over your destiny, freedom to make the choices for things and experiences you want to have versus feeling compelled to make choices based upon need alone. When you feel empowered you make choices that you believe will create a more fulfilling life for yourself.
I’ve been practicing law now for over ten years. I started out working at Big Law, and that wasn’t for me. And then I started a firm with a partner, and that didn’t work out either. Then I went solo, and that’s where I’ve spent the majority of my career. From working out of my home by myself to a brick-and-mortar office with two employees, for more than six years, it’s been Just Me, Esq.
Until now, that is. Are you ready to take on a partner…again?
Work is no longer a ‘place’, it is an activity that travels with you. You need to have complete access to your work in real time regardless of which device you are on, regardless of where you are physically – your office, your den, family court or the Bahamas. But how do you do that? We have an answer.
According to an industry-wide study conducted by LexisNexis, 9 out of 10 lawyers say that they’re operating during a time of unprecedented change. In addition, 6 in 10 agree that retaining clients has become a daunting challenge compared to years past. The fact of the matter is that the legal industry itself isn’t the only thing […]
If it’s fall, it’s back to school. It’s all about learning, educating ourselves, expanding our minds and putting all that knowledge to use in exciting, creative and profitable ways. And we’re all about the exciting, creative and profitable ways for you to finally be your own boss. That’s why we’re offering this amazing Back to School Special. Check it out! And share!
By 2017, it is estimated that 95% of non-cash transactions will be paid by credit or debit cards. That leaves just a mere 5% paid through traditional paper check payments. Many attorneys are beginning to recognize if they don’t accept credit cards already, they may need to reconsider in order to facilitate collection of fees in the very near future.
You’re in business. You’re doing pretty well. But the restlessness sets in because your practice has become somewhat routine and is flowing smoothly. Yet there is an itch to do more, something, anything different. The dilemma is this itch is aching to be scratched. You’re practice doesn’t feel like it’s enough. What do you do?
Unless you are actively looking for non-English speaking communities you may not even realize to the extent they are present in your area. These are families that experience marriage and custody issues, these are workers that have employment and injury-related issues, and these are entrepreneurs that have business formation needs. In fact, due to language barriers, more trivial matters such as traffic tickets and ordinance violations are areas of concern for them as well. But you don’t speak (fill in any language). Learn how to tap these communities even if you don’t speak their language.