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There’s an opportunity cost to spending time on things that someone else can do better than I can: I lose the possibility of filling that time with things that only I can do.
Much of my practice depends on email correspondence and accessing online records so no Internet dampens my day. Outsourcing my IT issues, and using cloud-based file backup and storage options, then, is money well spent.
Can I travel internationally without staff, without closing down for the few weeks and not loose sleep over worrying about my business?
The successful law practice benefits from outsourcing work that doesn’t require the lawyer’s immediate skill and personal attention.
Outsourcing in your business is just an extension of what you do every day in your personal life. We outsource all kinds of things either out of convenience, lack of knowledge or skills, or simply to save time.
I have nightmares about being trapped in a craft store drowning in a pit of pink glitter surrounded by pipe cleaners just out of reach. Then after second grade, I figured out the secret.
Many lawyers don’t realize that freelance lawyers can help with small projects like the ones mentioned in this post, as well as large projects like appeals and dispositive motions.
I looked up the definition of “outsource,” and determined that I actually do outsource stuff. More than I thought. You?
Cloud computing is the future for most businesses, law firms included. Understand it so you are prepared to ask the right questions of your provider.