Are You Frozen With Inertia?


Lawyers today often confess to being unhappy and burned out. A major source of stress for such lawyers is a sense that their practice seems to be spinning out of control. They can't decide which practice areas to focus on, how to focus on them, and whether - if they are even able to decide on a practice focus - the area they choose will provide enough income to support family and practice. Lawyers facing such an impasse should pause and physically take a deep breath. For anyone feeling stressed out, the ultimate problem is inertia that keeps us from taking the necessary actions and decisions - and sometimes we become so inert that we do nothing at all.

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