From: Pxxx Wxxxxxxx
Date: Sunday, May 10, 2020 at 6:20 PM
To: Stephanie Galvis <StephanieG@howtomanage.com>, RJon Robins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Ladders go in both directions but only if
1. What’s the A+, #1, MOST IMPORTANT PART of how your law firm performs that would have the greatest positive impact on your life if we could fix or make a major improvement to that part of how your law firm performs?
Answer: Delegation and staffing. Getting clients is not the problem. My pipeline is pretty robust. Extricating myself from mundane, day-to-day bullshit so I can focus more on networking, marketing, and high-level decisions. My practice is a small niche, B2B mostly not consumer, and complex, unique work, so it’s not as easily scalable as others. I sense that COVID is a great opportunity because of PPP and EIDL. I’m about to have as much as $170,000 drop in my lap. It needs to be invested wisely.
- What’s your “good enough reason” to take all your excuses and shove them up your ass so that when you tell me what’s wrong and I tell you how to fix it you’ll actually take action…even if doing so might be a little (or even a lot) uncomfortable?
Answer: My daughter is in 6th grade. She attends and is excelling at Xxxxxxxx, which most would agree is the top academic K-12 school in Atlanta; for you south Florida folks, think Ransom Everglades as an analogy. She deserves the opportunity to develop her gifts at a great college or university. I don’t want to have a “we can’t afford this” conversation with her. My son is in 2nd grade. He is very bright but is dyslexic. I need to ensure he has the resources to best succeed. They are my motivation.
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