Setting Goals: Answer These Questions


Success as a lawyer, and in life, starts with having absolute clarity on what you want. When you have that clarity, you become a laser beam, focused and not wasting time. When you don’t have it, you are more like a shotgun, doing random lunches and calling it client development.

I frequently tell lawyers that when they are setting goals, they should consider what will come out of it to be a marathon (their career) that will be accomplished by a series of sprints (Weekly or monthly activities.)

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