Most people start out their day, week or year with the best of intentions to focus on their goals or ambitions. They know that they need to change habits or adjust how they spend their time in order to obtain those goals. Attorneys are no different when it comes to the same set of goals and plans. They also are faced with unseen demands and stress that can quickly turn a day or week into a derailed goal. This white paper reviews how to focus on getting the right things done, rather than getting more done in less time and offers 10 things that lawyers should stop doing to help them meet their goals.
Attorney, author, and owner of legal marketing, consulting, and coaching firm Harrington Communications
Coaching and consulting practice emphasizes all aspects of legal business development, personal branding, and productivity optimization
Conducts regular seminars, workshops, and speaking engagements for law firms and legal industry associations on topics related to legal business development, personal branding, and productivity optimization
Writes regularly for legal industry publications including Law.com, Attorney at Work, JD Supra, and maintains his own blog for attorneys and legal marketing and business development professionals called Simply Stated
Author of two books: (1) The Essential Associate: Step Up, Stand Out, and Rise to the Top as a Young Lawyer, and (2) One of a Kind: A Proven Path to a Profitable Law Practice