If you’re like most attorneys, at the end of a long day at the office, all you want to do is get home to your family and relax. You want to take it easy, especially at the end of a long week.
All too often, however, you can’t relax. There are dishes in the sink, dirty clothes that need washing, and a carpet that looks like it hasn’t seen a vacuum in weeks. After a long day at work, you still have a long day ahead of you at home.
As a law firm owner, you’ve hired and trained staff for key positions that keep your practice humming — from a receptionist to a client intake specialist, from a paralegal to a team leader for document drafting. There’s one position you might not have considered, however, that could really increase your productivity at work and the amount of quality time you spend with your family: a domestic assistant.
I know what you’re thinking: There’s no way I can afford to hire someone to help manage my household errands and projects. I say there’s no way you can’t afford to hire a domestic assistant. Doing so will free up time for you to be more productive at the office and more focused when you’re spending evenings and weekends with your spouse and children.
My book, The Domestic Assistant Advantage,™ can help attorneys regain control over their home lives by teaching how to find, hire and train a domestic assistant to manage household chores and errands. You’ll be less stressed at home, and when you’re able to relax you’ll find that you’re more productive and happy at the office.
My book will answer many questions you might have:
- Why would you hire one?
- How can it save or make you money?
- Coping with guilt
- Job descriptions to recruit one
- How to manage one — you can do this in less than an hour a week
- Creating checklists, task lists and agendas
You really can buy time. Hiring a domestic assistant can help you become a super lawyer and super mom, dad, wife, husband and partner.