Sep 24, 2019
I chat with solo divorce lawyer Regina Edwards, who lays down the law about how to run an effective practice so she can live the life of her dreams. She travels between two states and has a thriving practice, and in this episode you get to learn all about how she gets only her ideal clients and how she manages conflicts with opposing counsel so she can maintain solid mental and professional health. Inspired by the book the 4-hour workweek by Tim Ferris, she shares all the steps she took, including some of the missteps, that got her to where she is today, living in multiple houses with a well-run practice as a family lawyer. Not only that, she talks about how she makes this schedule work for her physical health as she makes time for hiking and yoga whenever and wherever she wants. This episode’s got me thinking about starting a solo practice because she makes it sound so easy, though I know nothing is easy and it takes an exceptional person like her to run a practice this effectively. My favorite quote from his episode? Not all money is good money. I learned a lot about balancing time, money, work, and health in a way that works for you, and I hope you enjoy this episode.