Do you know what separates the most successful law firms from the rest? How they spend 10 percent of their time, according to the Thomson Reuters 2016 State of U.S. Small Law Firms Study. Inefficient allocation of your time has a direct impact on law firm success. How can you adopt time-saving routines and improve your time management so you can spend more time on money generating activity and find work-life balance?Originally published October 12, 2017
Self-employed lawyers rely heavily on their ability to propel their businesses forward — more so than lawyers employed by others or partners of large firms. Fail to keep the engines going and your practice will close. Too much propulsion, however, and you might have the opposite problem: a practice thriving beyond your capacity to handle it. Fear of success holds many of us back from fulfilling our true potential in solo and small firm practice.Originally published October 12, 2017
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