Many successful people have identified their ability to say "no" more often as one of the reasons they created their fortune. Learning to be discerning is a valuable trait, especially when there are so many demands put on your time between handling cases and trying to attract more clients for your law practice.
WARNING: This is not a blanket statement of negativity. As a matter of fact, it's on the OPPOSITE end of the spectrum! You will find that using the word "no" for the right reasons is a positive action. For example, telling a team member "no" when they ask you to fix the copier communicates that you expect them to handle the problem. That is a positive step for you.
Learning to say "no" can dramatically improve the marketing and management of your law practice.
But when is it appropriate to use this magic word?
What can it really do for you and your practice?
Find out the answers to these questions and more in the video below!
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Your journey may begin with using the word "no" more often, but you're also going to be best served by finding opportunities worth saying "yes" to! It could be a new marketing strategy. It could be changing the way you hire people to make sure you're getting A-level team members. The problems in need of fixing in any small law firm are wide and varied. Fortunately, you are in the right place to start finding the solutions.