On Monday I featured tips on how to tame the digital chaos, one of the many presentations at the inaugural 2016 OSB Solo & Small Firm Section Conference.
Today’s post is a compilation of gems from “You Don’t Have to be Big: How Clients Can Win with Your Small Firm Resources,” featuring Megan Burgess, Thomas Hill, and Tim Williams. Click here to learn what these panelists had to say. Here are a few tidbits:
Are concerns about money keeping you up at night? You’re not alone. Almost three-quarters of adults say money problems are a major stressor in their lives, according to the American Psychological Association.
We’ve put together a unique program to help you with personal and business finances. Join us on January 29, 2010 to hear Brian Farr, a professional financial counselor, talk about how to:
Develop greater awareness of the factors that can sabotage finances
Navigate financial conversations with greater ease
Communicate more clearly and effectively about money issues with your family, law partners, and clients
Create a clear and accurate snapshot of your financial picture
Dee Crocker and I will add our tips and advice on:
Setting up a budget
Writing a business plan
Establishing law office checks and balances
Finding ways to save on practice resources
This program qualifies for 3.25 general MCLE credits in Oregon. At $15, it’s a great bargain. Registration is open now. I hope to see you there!