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Posts Tagged ‘coaching’

Should You Transition Away From Being A Litigator?

Being a litigator can be very stressful and time consuming.  It’s not for everyone. In my experience, very few lawyers are suited to being true trial lawyers.  It can be a very rewarding area of law, and can be a lot of fun. However, it can also be heartbreaking with extreme lows and an incredible…

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Focus Leads to Productivity and Success

The ability to focus intensely on a project, without interruption, until it is complete is critical to success.  There have been particularly busy times when I have been overwhelmed and had difficulty focusing for long enough to get projects and tasks done.  For example, I would start working on one project, and my mind would…

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Why Don’t You Measure Your Performance?

If you work in a small firm or solo practice it is likely that you don’t measure your performance.  You may tell yourself that you are efficient and that you get a lot done because you are the boss and can cut right to the chase.  You tell yourself that you “don’t need to measure…

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Why Do I Need A Coach?

I am writing this article for busy lawyers, entrepreneurs and professionals so I don’t want to waste time beating around the bush; this article will be short and sweet. In one word the answer to why you need a coach is “ACCOUNTABILITY”. It is the one thing 99% of professionals can’t do on their own,…

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