Every January, a group of lawyers I used work with went on a “diet.” It’s in quotes because, as one partner explained, the diet was an excuse to prove to themselves they weren’t alcoholics following the excesses of the holiday season. Recently I learned about “Dry January,” [...]
Coaching the laws you didn’t learn in law school
In law school, they taught you the law. What they didn’t teach are the laws to succeed and thrive as a lawyer.
Many attorneys are living in litigation against yourselves and putting your own needs last, whether it be neglecting to build business relationships, failing to implement a marketing plan, sacrificing well-being, or lacking the confidence to step up to the career you really want.
If you are committing acts of negligence against your career, you may need to learn some new laws so you can win in your own court.
Through coaching, we will:
- determine your goal(s)
- assess your situation
- collect data
- map out a plan with benchmarks for success
- establish metrics for measuring attainment
- implement the plan by creating achievable actions steps
- celebrate your success as you move into your ideal career and life