Working Smarter 101

Working Smarter 101

Stop struggling, start streamlining. | taught by Ernie Svenson
$68.00 off original price of $97.00

Course description

The key to unlocking the vast potential in your law practice is leverage.

Technology is a vital “leverage force” that will make your practice exponentially easier to run. Of course, there are other synergistic forces (which rely on technology) that you need to leverage as well. 

Leveraging these various force-multipliers in strategic ways is the key to “working smarter.” 

Strategic leverage will transform your practice in ways that create greater financial reward and more personal enjoyment.

And that's what this course is for. It's designed to help you leverage 3 force-multipliers:

  1. Streamlining - by using proven systems to get your work done more quickly, more easily, and with much lower overhead.
  2. Automation - by turning your practice into a "digital assembly line" so it runs more by itself —without any effort on your part.
  3. Outsourcing - do only the work you love to do! (i.e harness the power of virtual assistance).

After completing this course, you’ll  understand how to use technology strategically (as opposed to haphazardly). 

So that you'll finally have a smooth-running, profitable, and easy-to-manage practice that most lawyers only dream about.

Ernie Svenson
Ernie Svenson
Attorney-Instructor

Ernie Svenson is a New Orleans lawyer who learned to create a simpler, more streamlined, and more enjoyable way of practicing law. After he did this, fellow lawyers wanted to know how they could do this too, so he showed them. 

For over a decade, he's helped hundreds of solo and small firm lawyers—even winning awards for his work. He helps them through his weblog, podcast, speaking, books, online programs, workshops, and conferences.

Reviews (4)

Excellent

by Joseph Rockne
Great introduction. Someday I'll have the practice I want. You will help me get there.

Great course!

by Tom Walker
Loads of helpful information and referrals to great sources.

Great introduction!

by Nick Bajalia
Extremely insightful from a higher prospective, which gives clarity to prospective endeavors.
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Excellent

by Joseph Rockne
Great introduction. Someday I'll have the practice I want. You will help me get there.

Great course!

by Tom Walker
Loads of helpful information and referrals to great sources.

Great introduction!

by Nick Bajalia
Extremely insightful from a higher prospective, which gives clarity to prospective endeavors.

Great Introduction to organization and systems

by John Cutler
Ernie - gives background to what type of work we want to spend our time on and an introduction to why systems and harnessing and organizing technology and information is important.