Running a solo lawyer while traveling (especially during the holidays!) can be very difficult, but these articles can help!
Vacation and time away from your practice are essential towards living a healthy life and avoiding burnout. But as a solo lawyer, finding the time time to getaway can be difficult. These great articles will help!
1. Tech Tips For The Traveling Lawyer
For 21st century lawyers, mobility and convenience are key, especially when it comes to business trips. If you travel often for work, then you know what a difference the right tools can make when you’re on the go.
2. How, Even As A Solo Attorney You Can Vacation
What happens when you actually break the chains and decide to go on vacation? This edition of Things I Wish I Knew, Joleena Louis Tells Solo Attorneys That Taking A Vacation Is Certainly Not Mission Impossible.
3. How To Run A Business (For 6 Months) While Traveling
To run a successful online business while traveling the world you will surely face some challenges. There are basic things like planning your travel itinerary and finding a working Internet connection in the destination. And then you have to manage a whole team across time zones and face personal challenges too. With this infographic we want to point out the challenges and give advice on how to run a business successfully while traveling the world:
4. Making a Holiday Work When Running a Small Business
A recent survey found that three quarters (76%) of small business owners and entrepreneurs forego holidays in order to keep their business running smoothly. Follow this article to get tips and advice from other small business owners and set your firm up to succeed while you travel this holiday season!
5. Vacation Time! Lawyers Share How They Actually Get Away From the Office
We all know getting away is easier said than done. So the pros over at Rocket Matter asked lawyers how they carve out vacation time while keeping their practices running. Here’s what they had to say.
6. 6 Secrets to Running Your Business from Your Laptop While Traveling
You can travel the world and still stay on top of things. This is one of the biggest advantages of being your own boss and running a solo law firm. You’re location independent, which means you’re granted the freedom to become a “world explorer.” Isn’t that a wonderful thing? If you’re a first-time solo and don’t believe that you can strike a balance between traveling and staying productive, this article is for you.
7. Lawyers and Vacations: It’s a Necessity
The latest State of American Vacation report says that more than half of Americans are not using all the vacation time they earn. So this author asked 100 lawyers for their thoughts about taking vacations. Follow this article to learn about the results of that survey and why you should, at the very least, start planning your next vacation right away