Lawyers:

How many times has this happened you?  A client requests what information he or she needs to provide before your initial meeting. You think it through, and draft an email or letter with a list of the requested information. You send the email or letter, happy to be done with the task.

To take your game to the next level, take that information and put it into a text expansion tool so that you can use it over and over again. The next time a client requests what information he or she needs to provide, type your keyboard shortcut and watch the tool go to work. Modify as necessary and send.

I created this short video to show what I mean:

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Excuse me while I go try this out (which is what I was doing before I got distracted and wrote this post).


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