Lessons Learned: this takes time

If you are going to do this, then you’ve got to invest time in it.

That means not doing something else. Or, not doing this often.

There’s much to be said about law firms as organizations. I spoke about those things at a program on Friday and what I said prompted a lot of comments. Those comments have stimulated thoughts. But how to get time to capture and scrub them?

So, the lesson learned is that,  if you are going to do this, you must  invest time. That requires (i) finding the time, and (ii) committing to the discipline.

Back when my principal focus was a banking practice, I used to post notes about banking law once a week without fail on a trade association website. That was before blogs and the notes arose directly from the practice.

For now, the upshot is “not doing this often.”

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