Six Principles for a Safer, More Successful, More Enjoyable Practice
NOTE: In order to obtain credit for this webcast it MUST be viewed on 9/13/2017 starting at 12 (noon) CST, because this program is being broadcast at that date and time, the credit is considered unlimited (live) credit by OBA/MCLE.
CLE CREDIT: This course has been approved by the Oklahoma Bar Association Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission for 1 hour of mandatory CLE credit, including 0 hours of ethics.
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Dustin Cole, President of Attorneys Masters Class and Masters Class Practice Advisor
Dustin Cole, President of Attorneys Masters Class and Master Class Practice Advisor, is one of the nation’s leading advisors to law firms and lawyers. He is a regular CLE provider and speaker for more than 50 national, state and specialty Bar Associations, and has worked with over 200 firms and more than 1000 individual attorneys in 30 states to help them increase revenues and deal successfully with change.
1. Client Selectivity
The 80-20 Rule says your top 20% will pay you 80% of your revenues. Stop working for the 80% and only let the 20% in.
2. Hiring Right
A firm with no staff is a dead end, and cheap help is dangerous. Get great help so you can focus on growing your practice.
3. File/Matter Control
Create systems that allow you to work efficiently and systematically. If you don’t know exactly what needs to be done next in every file, you’re in danger.
4. Time Management
The average sole practitioner spends more than 50% of their time on non-billable,
administrative and personal activities while work piles up and cash flow stops.
5. Make a Plan
If you don’t know where you and your practice are going, you’ll get there.
6. Make Marketing JOB 1
Nothing happens until a client asks for help, and nothing is more important than making sure enough of them do. Without clients, your skills don’t matter.