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Date Time: Sep 23, 2021 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Making Changes in the COVID-19 Era
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Description: Gary Mitchell, business coach, and author of ‘Growing a Law Practice During Covid-19’, available now on the LexisNexis Canada Bookstore, will be presenting a live interactive webinar going over some of the changes lawyers have been, and continue to face during this tumultuous time.
Why You Should Attend
There is one constant in life and business, and that is change. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Learn some techniques and strategies to better cope with the stress associated with change and how to navigate it more effectively.
Gary will cover:
• Change in general
• Changing practice areas
• Changing locations
• Changing firms
If you are faced with change of any form, you won’t want to miss this strategy packed webinar. Bring your questions and take advantage of Gary’s 16 years of experience of working with lawyers from solo practice right up to international firms.
CPD Credits (1 hour)
• For Ontario, 1 hour can be applied towards the 9 Substantive Hours of Continuing Professional Development as required by the Law Society of Ontario
• For other provinces, consider including this 1 hour course as a CPD learning activity in your mandatory annual Continuing Professional Development Plan as required by the Law Society
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I wanted to coin this phrase as I have seen something emerging over the past couple of years, the Lawyerpreneur. Read more about it in this months column on The Lawyers Daily.
Growing a Law Practice During Covid-19 is now out and available from LexisNexis. You can get the book here.
In addition to the obvious content, I cover self-care, getting into the ultimate mindset, practice management including tips for working from home, and client service tips. I do this to help you create a solid foundation for yourself and your practice.
Please join me next Wed, May 26th, at 1pm EST for this free Zoom webinar. I will be discussing tips from my upcoming book “Growing a Law Practice During Covid-19”, related to growing your law practice. This is an interactive and live webinar and you will have the opportunity to ask me questions related to growing your own law practice.
To register, go to https://relx.zoom.us/webinar/register/3616193341511/WN_ZnGpoARDQTCZ0kadL0_VEA
(September 9, 2020, 1:58 PM EDT) — COVID-19 is the largest global disruption in modern history. And what history tells us is that we are never going back to the way things were before, at least not completely.
Navigating disruption can be incredibly challenging. But it can also be exciting. It is not all bad. It forces us to become more innovative and creative. It forces us to make changes and do things differently that we would not likely have done on our own. Being ahead of the curve and creating new products and services helps us cope with our new reality.
Read the full article here.
Check your ego at the door before reading this post. (Disclaimer) My clients do NOT fall into this trap.
Why is it that you try to be all things? Why not focus on your strengths? Be the best lawyer you can be and then surround yourself with a team of professionals that will help you reach your goals faster then if you try to do it all on your own?
In the 15 and more years I have been coaching lawyers, I run into this all the time during a consultation. You are building your own website. You are taking on tasks that can easily and more efficiently be delegated to another professional at a fraction of the cost to you, while freeing up more of your time for billables and getting more clients.
Frankly I am still surprised at how many people fall into this trap. It’s simple math really. Take your hourly rate and minus what you would pay a paralegal, or assistant, or IT professional. Guess what? That’s money (profits) you are leaving on the table. And if your not stealing time away from billable work to complete these tasks, you’re stealing it away from business development, growth and profitability.
How about for one day you be the lawyer, that’s it. Just be the lawyer.