Tag : business systems

What’s next you say? Not so fast…

Jul 16, 2015

When your business systems are fixed and your law firm is working like the factory you knew it could be, what’s next? When you are an entrepreneurial type of business owner, you are always going to have this little “problem” of wanting to build another factory. There’s no use in pretending it ain’t so, because […]

When do you hire a sales person?

Jul 6, 2015

Ask yourself this question: If an unexpected opportunity arose in your life, could you take the day off to take advantage of it? If you have to answer NO to this question because taking a day off literally costs you thousands of dollars and you are the only one to “make the doughnuts” each day, […]

Complaining about SLOW or NO payments? Let me ask this ARRESTING question…

Mar 12, 2015

Do you have a policy for being paid? …And if so, is it communicated to your clients as they move through the perfect client life cycle? If you answered NO to this, well, we have work to do. Get out your task list, because it is likely you will have a few items to work […]

Business Systems: When the student is ready…

Nov 20, 2014

…the teacher appears. Sure, when you are in business, you put the promotional information out there to attract new leads, and you call and follow up with all prospects. Eventually, you are hired by whoever acknowledges that you can help them and who ultimately agrees to pay your price. Yet, the clients who arrive on […]

The Top Three Reasons Law Firms are Repositioning to the Cloud

Jul 31, 2014

Cloud used to mean a white fluffy puff of vapor in the sky or something distractions did to block better judgment. But today, “cloud” has become a term we hear every day with reference to how individuals and businesses store their data and run their computer applications. The days of investing in larger hard drives […]

Prime the pump…

Feb 19, 2014

Farm living comes with its own set of rules. A few simple, but VERY important rules are: never stand directly behind a horse; always close the barn door behind you; and don’t forget to prime the pump. Naturally, the first rule of never standing behind the horse is one of self-preservation. If it’s ever happened […]

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