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May 11, 2017 POSTED IN: Business Development

It’s easy to believe that success in business or in life is binary. Do this. Don’t do that. Achieve. But it doesn’t work that way. The answer to the question “Should I do this or that?” is often: Both. Therefore, a lawyer who spends meaningful time on the Internet trying to curate the best adviceREAD MORE

April 27, 2017 POSTED IN: Business Development

All of us want things. Every year many of us resolve to make changes – personally and professionally – in order to get what we want. Eat better, write that article, exercise, make those phone calls, spend more time with family, learn that new skill. But inevitably another year passes without the results we desire and weREAD MORE

April 20, 2017 POSTED IN: Business Development

Remember the good old days? The days when hourly rates increased year after year, junior associate time could be billed for, and it was considered unprofessional to try to poach another lawyer’s clients? That wasn’t that long ago, in fact. But times have changed. The market for legal services is flat. Since the Great Recession,READ MORE

April 6, 2017 POSTED IN: Business Development

When was the last time you asked yourself this question: “What would happen if I did the opposite?”. Better yet, when was the last time you actually did the opposite?  Doing the opposite – going against the grain, bucking conventional wisdom – can be scary. It can result in failure. Particularly in the legal profession, it welcomesREAD MORE

March 20, 2017 POSTED IN: Branding

Your legal career comes down to a choice between two paths. One feels safe, the other fraught with risk. One lies within the comfort zone, the other outside of it. One requires conformity, the other originality. One leads away from fear, the other straight toward it. Author Steven Pressfield refers to the fear we allREAD MORE

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