Hi, I’m Ozan Varol.
Before I became a law professor, I was an attorney.
Well, to be honest, I was an overwhelmed, workaholic zombie.
I gave up my hobbies and began to think of my life in six-minute billable increments.
One meeting after another, one deposition after the next, my time was being hijacked by other people.
If you’re like most lawyers I know, life is also coming at you faster than you can manage it.
You feel busy but not necessarily productive.
You’re thinking too much, juggling too much, and doing too much.
Perhaps you had an idea in law school about what the practice of law would be like but now that you’re in practice, you feel duped.
The good news? You’re in the right place.
After quitting the practice of law, I became an academic and turned into a productivity nerd to understand the plague of “too-much-ness.” I devoured every resource imaginable on how to construct a happier, healthier, and more effective life.
Using the strategies I discovered, in 2016 alone, I wrote a 90,000-word book (which I finished in 8 months), launched a business, published several law review articles, and traveled through 20 different foreign cities in Europe, Middle East, and South America—all the while keeping a day job as a law professor.
I became a Leverage certified productivity coach and started a coaching program to help overwhelmed lawyers get their life back.
My goal is to give you more time.
You can use that time to sleep in, pick up your kids at school, learn to play the guitar, travel through Europe with a friend, take a welding class, or read a book for fun.
You name it.
You worked hard to get to where you are.
You deserve a life where you—not others—are in control.
This is the program I wish I had when I was in practice. Had I known what I know now, I could have built a sustainable career for myself.
Please download the free playbook to get started.
If you’d like to hit the ground running, click here to schedule a free, 15-minute alignment session. I currently have only 5 spots remaining in my coaching program.