I'm always looking to make things better and figure out how to streamline processes. We all go through ebbs and flows and stages of business development, so what worked two years ago is not going to work today.
Brief summary of show:
Are you tired of trading time for money? If you said yes, this episode is for you!
Kimberly Bennett teaches us how you can have more time for what you love, without the burnout, by making a few changes to your services, and by integrating subscriptions into your offerings.
Kimberly is the Co-Founder of Fidu, a client experience platform, which was named the viewer’s choice winner and the $100,000 grand prize winner in the 2021 Launch//Code Developer Contest by Clio as determined by this year’s esteemed panel of judges.
She is an avid traveler, lover of technology, legal industry disruptor, speaker, business coach, and an attorney who runs K Bennett Law LLC – – a boutique, virtual, brand strategy law practice offering on-demand and subscription legal services to CEOs and Executive teams.
In addition to running K Bennett Law, Kim is the co-founder of Fidu Legal, co-founder of Atlanta Legal Tech, serves on the board of ABA TECHSHOW, is an advisor to CaseText, and has been recognized as a Women of Legal Tech and Fastcase50 honoree.
We talk about:
- Why law firms should consider subscription-based services
- How to not trade time for money
- Tips to adding subscriptions to your firm
- How subscriptions actually help your clients
- The difference between a subscription and retainer
Kimberly Bennett's Book
From the publisher:
BEING IS THE NEW DOING IS A VERY DIFFERENT KIND OF BOOK Who are you? There is a way that you’re being about your health, work, relationships, or money that is invisible to you. It matches neither your goals nor your vision for your life. There’s a gap between how you show up and what is actually required to create the results you want. Today you spend your energy, time, and peace of mind being busy, doing everything you can hour after hour with hopes of closing that gap. You charge through your to-do list like the sun bursting through a rain cloud. Nothing but your cell phone in your left hand, your keys in your right, and the fire of failure not being an option burning in your eyes. Sometimes you hit the goal but often times you do the hard work and still miss the mark on what really matters to you.
Being is the New Doing by Radiah Rhodes
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