Constantly improving your skills as a lawyer and entrepreneur is essential to the growth and success of your practice. These articles will help with just that!
To run a successful practice, you have to always be thinking ahead and improving, not just how you operate your firm, but how you operate as a lawyer and entrepreneur as well. These articles can help you do it right!
1. 5 Self-Development Tips Every Lawyer Needs To Take Advantage Of
As a solo or small firm lawyer, you absolutely have to invest a great deal of yourself into your business. That’s why it’s important to continually learn and grow, even when you’re not in the office. Here are a few that you can put into your schedule today.
2. How to be a better lawyer in just a few minutes a day
Lawyers are notoriously busy folks, but Jeremy W. Richter wants them to give him five minutes of their day to become better at what they do. Follow this article to learn more and start making changes instantly.
3. Constant Self-Improvement – Something to Aspire To
“The reality is that self-improvement when it comes to our legal skills is a life long process. We cannot improve without a constant dedication to improvement, a system of learning, reading and implementation that allows us to always look out better ways of practicing law to offer our clients greater value and better service.”
4. Law Firm Branding Tips
If you have decided to switch to a new logo for your law firm or are simply starting from scratch and need good lawyer branding, avoid the common pitfalls. To help you do this, experts at Aussie Writings have created a guide you can follow to create the best design for your law firm logo and brand.
5. Peak Performance for Lawyers: 8 Tips for Professional Advancement
Attorneys working in a law firm often work long hours and a grueling schedule. It can be challenging to find new ways to advance your legal career. Yet, pushing yourself toward more challenging projects and a higher level of success will allow you to excel at your profession and enjoy what you do. Here are some tips.
6. Top tips for lawyers to stay in control of their business development
Growth (personally and professionally) only comes through transformational change that leaves us altered and evolved — just can’t go back to our old ways. Transformational change is only possible if we get uncomfortable and are brave enough to sit in that discomfort until we grow and adapt.
7. 5 Professional Lifestyle Tips For The New Lawyer’s First 5 Years Of Practice
“So today, here are five specific pieces of advice on your professional lifestyle to consider for the first five years of law practice. I chose these because I hear this frequently from people I respect. Some I have learned the hard way.”