You need a business plan
If you do not have a written business plan, chances are you do not yet have a highly successful law firm.
If you do not yet have a highly successful law firm then we can deduce the following…
- Chances are you do not yet have a written business plan. And so…
- You probably cannot explains in plain English how “The 7 Main Parts”of your law firm business are supposed to work together. Which is…
- Likely be at the root for why the 7 Main Parts of your law firm do not work in alignment with one-another and…
- Until you get that worked-out, chances are you are not going to be making nearly as much money with your law firm as you could be therefore…
- Chances are you are probably working too many hours and…
- You may have even convinced yourself that working more hours is the solution or a necessary requirement to build a more profitable business. And finally,
- You’re probably feeling pretty frustrated because working harder isn’t usually the right answer.
Having a written business plan that you can use to think-through, plan-out and explain to yourself,
your family and your staff how “The 7 Main Parts” of your law firm
are supposed to work-together, is the right answer.
- Your family deserves to know that you have a plan for how your law firm is supposed to make a profit for you and for them.
- Your clients deserve to know that you have a plan for how your law firm is supposed to operate efficiently and effectively for them too.
And if you’ve had a hard time managing and making a profit with staff, then the exercise of working out your business plan may help you find a solution to this problem too.
This exclusive workshop is being sponsored by some of the most respected companies in the legal industry. They’re sponsoring it because they want you to make more money, grow your law firm if you want to, and then have enough profits to be a better customer for them.
The facilitators are from How to Manage a Small Law Firm, the Nation’s leading provider of outside managing partner services, exclusively for solo and small law firms.
The facilitators are going to invest the day to help you because they want you to see your full potential and help you make a plan to get there. Then, if they have enough confidence in your plan and think they can help you get it implemented they may invite you to join their community of highly-entrepreneurial solo and small law firm owners across the Country.
If you asked them your family might say they would like you to take this opportunity seriously too. Because they want you to be happy. They want you to be present. They want you to feel proud, confident and excited about the business you are building and live your life to its fullest potential.
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Normally a program like this would require a minimum investment of three thousand five hundred dollars.
Which when you consider what even just a 25% increase in profits is worth to you, that investment probably pales by comparison (to your potential).
And hundreds of lawyers regularly make this investment. You may even get to meet some of them.
But thanks to the generosity of the sponsors, your investment today is much lower. Just five hundred dollars. So there are very few excuses. This one of a kind program also comes with a 100% money back guarantee.
It is good to want to make more money with your law firm. Because the way that a well-run law firm makes money is by helping more clients to have a better life and a better businesses.
Unfortunately there is much ignorance in the legal industry about how law firms can or should make money.
Too many lawyers who have too-little education about how to manage a small law firm believe that the only way to make more money is by working harder. Or that a law firm’s profits must come at the expense of what is done “to” clients. Which is patently absurd.
But too many lawyers have been too-deeply indoctrinated into “The Doctrine of Sacrifice”. They have come to admire sacrifice for its own sake and have forgotten all about delivering value to clients.
Instead, a well managed small law firm makes its profit as a function of delivering value to clients; not as a function of how much sacrifice it demands of its lawyers. Lawyer who do not operate their law firm with the benefit of a well-reasoned business plan often lose sight of this point.
Happy lawyers make more money.
Lawyers who are unaware of “The 7 Main Parts” of a law firm are usually the ones you will find standing around at bar functions complaining about “the economy”, making-up slanderous stories about why some of their brethren have such profitable solo and small law firms.
Those help rejecting complainers are usually the very same struggling lawyers you will see and hear going out of their way to make up excuses to avoid workshops like this.
And that’s ok. In fact it’s one of the chief reasons we didn’t bother to apply for CLE credit. Because we want to maintain our independence. We want to be able to remain selective about who we sell a ticket to.
That’s why, once you buy yours you will get a lot of information IN ADVANCE. You will also be asked to complete a brief questionnaire IN ADVANCE. And you will be offered the opportunity to cancel your ticket if you determine from the advance information we send to you that this isn’t the right workshop for you. We also reserve the right to cancel a ticket if the lawyer who purchases it appears to be a mis-match for this exclusive program, based on responses to the survey and homework assignments.
You see, we only want participants to attend who are prepared to play to win. No spectators allowed.
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