Who can Red Tuxedo help?
Although the details vary, the challenges professionals in private practice face are similar. See if any of these sound familiar to you:
- You know there must be a better way to manage information coming into the practice, but between maximizing billable hours and working to bring new business into the firm, you just don’t have the time to look into it.
- Networking is not working. You need more clients.
- You have no problem exercising your fiduciary responsibility to your clients, but sometimes, when you get asked to lower your rate or work one more thing into the project, you wonder about your fiduciary duty to yourself.
- You’ve would like to be able to develop and deliver a lecture or class but are having trouble finding the time to structure the material.
- You’ve tried to make changes in how you manage information and data flow before, but the changes never stuck and before long, you were back to where you started.
No matter which of these situations you find yourself in, I can help you.
So, what is possible for you?
After working with process and systems design for 20 years, I have seen that although each practice has its unique challenges, there are common patterns that transcend the detail, and I can help you implement and maintain systems that help you accomplish your work and enjoy your life.
But will it work for you?
It will, if you are:
- Willing to learn. Just as you learned your trade, you take advantage of opportunities to learn about how you work, create, and respond to the challenges of your life.
- Open to change. Even if you suspect many changes don’t bring the value they promise, you understand that it is possible for work to flow more smoothly.
- Willing to invest in your skills. Becoming as effective as you can be uses the same patience, discipline, and commitment as mastering your field (although it usually happens a good bit faster!).
If you want to know more right now, give me a call. I’m local to Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill, NC, and work virtually with clients around the world. You may also be wondering how this all works. See for yourself: check out How It Works.