Legal Business Development: What Could You Promise?

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Last week I talked about saying "NO" or "NEVER" and making a "STOP DOING LIST". This week I would like for you to ponder the thought of making a GAME CHANGING promise... "I will" or "I will never."

Seth Godin calls it "Delivering on Never". He suggests...

• I will never miss a deadline.

• I will never fail to warn you about a pitfall.

• I will never violate a confidence.

• I will never be late for a meeting.

Imagine the power in these statements. Now, some of you are breaking out in a cold sweat, I am sure. But think about it... YOU are in control of many aspects of your practice, and if you focused on making something happen YOU could do it... couldn't you?

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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