Today I happened to run across two interesting articles with helpful information regarding small businesses (or small law firms). I probably would not post them individually, but seeing them both within 5 minutes of each other has inspired. Maybe someone is speaking to me that I should open my own firm…
First, check out the 5 things you should not buy when starting a small business. Courtesy of the Instigator Blog, this simple list provides a few quick tips that should help save overhead when getting your business off the ground. Ok, it’s not directly related to productivity, but saving money is always good. (Thanks to What About Clients? for pointing me to the article.)
I am all for do-it-yourself legal books and websites. Not because I think that you should actually be your own lawyer, but because I think that an educated client is a good client.
I could not agree more. On one hand, it’s easier to sell to people who have no clue what they are buying. But, on the other hand, you want your client to know your value, so he is willing to pay the bill.
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