In the Financially Free blog series, I examine the nature of financial independence and provide specific steps to achieve financial freedom as well as a high level money management system and the tools we use. This initial post provides an overview of being financially free.
What’s one of the single best ways to improve performance? An effective evening routine consistently practiced. Read for a discussion of this power habit and in particular what activities make a powerful evening routine and what activities kill productivity.
Leaders In Law — Q&A with Ally Lozano of the “Six Minute CEO” Podcast and Alexandra Lozano Immigration Law published by Klemchuk LLP, a litigation, intellectual property, and business law firm located in Dallas, Texas.
How can law firms build high performing teams? According to Kim Scott, a former executive at Apple and Google, a concept called “Radical Candor” is the solution. This post provides specific tips for lawyers to practice Radical Candor in their law firms.
What’s one of the single best ways to improve performance? An effective morning routine consistently practiced. Read for a discussion of this attorney power habit and in particular what activities make a powerful morning routine and what activities kill productivity.
This post summarizes 10 lessons I wish I knew before I started practicing law and building a law firm. Based on over 20 years experience, the lessons include law firm staffing, leadership development, marketing and business development, law firm business models, and self mastery.
As a team leader, your success largely is dependent on your ability to form strong, trusting relationships with your teammates. Using Dr. Covey’s “emotional bank account deposits” concept, you can strengthen relationships, build a high performing team, and develop as a leader.
In November 2017 at the age 45, I suffered what should have been a fatal, massive heart attack while lifting weights early in the morning. An amazing string of miracles kept me around. Each year, I share the insights gained from this wonderful experience.
Can lawyers and their clients really get away from hourly billing. Turns out that lawyers and their clients have begun to embrace a concept called "value billing" based on the value of the services provided to the client as opposed to the time spent (hourly billing) or a time and materials cost (flat fee billing).
In nearly two decades of practicing law, I have tried numerous systems to manage projects, stay on top of tasks, and delegate work to team members. The following is the simplest, most effective method I have discovered.