There are 29 million American small businesses today. Less than 10% of them will ever break the $1 million revenue mark. Fewer than 4% will break $10 million. This means that more than 90% of “small businesses” are really just people who are self-employed and trapped by their own job.
That means if you go on vacation, business stops. Work consumes you and you never find the balance you need to live a full life.
In my recent interview with Lawpreneur Radio podcast host Miranda McCroskey, I talk about the three stages of growth for law firms, the ingredients for moving from a job to a law practice, and the three keys for taking your practice and building a 7-figure business.
Listening to these 27 minutes can change the way you think about your legal practice and open your eyes to building a lifestyle law firm:
This is just one of the four talks I’ll be giving at the event of the year for California solo and small firm practitioners: The State Bar of California’s Solo & Small Firm Summit on June 18-20, 2015, at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa in Newport Beach, California.
I’ll also be speaking on:
15 Deadly Sins That Will Destroy Your Law Firm Client Intake & Kill Your Conversion Rate
Social Media Strategy: Using Facebook and LinkedIn to Get More Referrals
7 Keys to Building a Referral-based Law Firm
You can register online by visiting The State Bar of California’s Solo & Small Firm Summit home page or call 415-538-2508 for more information.