The 8-Figure Firm with Luis Scott

In this episode, Alay and Luis discuss: 

  • Why you should aspire to have an 8-figure firm.
  • Things that get in the way of growing an 8-figure firm. 
  • The mindset of a CEO. 
  • The phases on your way to 8 figures. 


Key Takeaways: 

  • If your firm depends solely on you, it can never become passive income. 
  • The biggest barrier is transitioning from doing all the work to becoming a leader and trusting others to do the work. 
  • Establish an employee avatar to understand who you are looking for to make your hiring process smooth and successful. 


Tweetable Moments:

  • “I believe that when you get to eight figures, which is $10 million in predictable revenue, you will have a business that operates on its own.” —  Luis Scott
  • “The people are the hardest part.” —  Luis Scott
  • “I love the idea of focusing on building not only $3 million in clients, but a pipeline and proven systems that can provide $3 million in clients and beyond, so that the firm has a good platform for success to grow.” —  Alay Yajnik


About Luis Scott:

Luis Scott is a highly respected attorney, sought-after speaker, and the owner of 8 Figure Firm Consulting and Bader Scott Injury Lawyers, known for his expertise in helping legal professionals optimize and grow their practices to 8 Figures in yearly predictable revenue and beyond. 

With over 20 years of experience in the legal industry, including as the managing partner of a successful law firm, Luis has helped thousands of families navigate the legal system. 

As the managing partner of Bader Scott Injury Lawyers, he is committed to making a positive impact on clients, their families, and the community. 

He is passionate about sharing his knowledge of building a multi 8-figure law firm and looks to help other lawyers streamline their operations and do the same. 


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