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The New Billable Hour - Bill More Hours Be More Productive and Still Have Work Life Balance - cover

The New Billable Hour - Bill More Hours Be More Productive and Still Have Work Life Balance

Ritu Goswamy

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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The New Billable Hour is a practical guide for lawyers to gain control of their time, work, and life.In today’s demanding world, lawyers must learn how to increase productivity so that they can competently bill more hours, while still having a personal life. Lawyer and productivity consultant, Ritu Goswamy presents her unique system where lawyers learn:How to have more hours in the day to bill clientsHow to bill more hours in less timeHow to take back control of their timeHow to transform hours into wealthHow to balance the priorities in their life Goswamy’s guide teaches lawyers how to bill more hours in less time by turning the traditional billable hour on its head. By following her steps and billing themselves one “new” billable hour per day, lawyers have more capacity to focus on their work, increase their billable time, and make more money.
Available since: 02/05/2019.
Print length: 117 pages.

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