In this podcast, the View Legal team explore the following topic ‘The Year in review’ which was held on 18 November 2021.
At least once a week throughout the course of 2021, Matthew Burgess has shared insights in relation to business model iterations, the future of the professions, time billing and many other insights and observations.
In this special event, Matthew reviews the highs and lows from 2021 in what will be a fast paced, thought-provoking and at times likely controversial one hour webinar.
Best of all, the entry price is at one of Matthew’s favourite price points, namely, free!
Topics will include exploration of the links between the ideas that have evolved for View over the year (as Steve Jobs might say – you will only join the dots after being at the webinar). In particular:
- If you think hiring a professional is ‘expensive’ try out an amateur …
- The BIG hidden MIRACLE SECRET to access an INSTANT 224.3% increase in daily chargeables
- ‘You failed to kept (sic) up with your 100% mistake rate’
- Dark washes (and horses) and the paradox of choice
- “It’s just a timesheet” – No! It’s a !#@?ing timesheet
For access to more webinars and resources join one (or all) of the View Communities.
Reminder to View Community members – join us in the FaceBook group for a deeper conversation about this topic and how you can leverage your learnings for your customers.
Not a member? Learn about View’s online mastermind communities below to see which one (or three) suits the needs of you and your business.
Techniview - For advisers working in holistic estate planning (including trusts, asset protection, superannuation, tax and business succession)
Adviewser - For advisers wanting to facilitate legal solutions for their clients in holistic Estate Planning
Viewruption - For professional service providers wanting to iterate their business model (including abandoning timesheets)
Some of the resources that View Legal has on offer that may be of assistance include:
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Listen to View’s previous episode here.