Defining Success in 2011


The motivation for making New Year's resolutions is still fresh enough to justify taking stock of where you are and where you want to go in 2011. Every lawyer doubtless wants to have a successful year, but those who don't have the right perspective can see their striving for success become counterproductive. Success is not just more billable hours – the real motivation comes from loving what we do, from wanting to help people and from needing to take care of our families and ourselves. So, how to define success for 2011 in this context? The answer lies in moving your professional life down as many of these paths as possible.

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