Lawyers are essentially professional writers. Last year, I saw my friend and New York Times best-selling author Scott Sigler speak at Phoenix Comicon about how he managed to be a prolific writer and handle the business side of being a professional artist. To date, he’s written 15 novels, six novellas and dozens of short stories. His devoted fans get tattoos inspired by his work. He even has his own annual convention. Scott is one of the hardest-working, most successful and seemingly happiest people I know. When he mentioned he had a system that allows him to manage all his projects and still have time to play bass in a band, I wanted to know more. Thankfully, he was willing to share his productivity secrets, along with the truth about being a successful entrepreneur.Originally published March 26, 2018
Are you feeling like you can never get out from under the pressure of running a small law firm? Now you have statistics to validate that. When Thomson Reuters published their 2017 State of U.S. Small Law Firms Study, it revealed these five challenges — and little has changed.Originally published March 26, 2018
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