I recently read a very helpful blog post: 5 Reasons Why You Should Commit Your Goals to Writing, posted by a blogger you should read: Michael Hyatt. I urge you to read the 5 reasons.

The blog reminded me of a blog I posted four years ago and I wanted to share it with

I’ve coached several lawyers this year whose focus in our coaching sessions is broader than just client development. They’ve been interested on the intersection of their career and their life as fathers and mothers.

I shared a blog about our daughter Jill that I posted four years ago and since many of you were not

I have written about it many times. Client development activities start with a Business Plan. I guess what surprises me is when I learn how few lawyers have one that is valuable.

Why should you prepare one?

Time is a lawyer’s most important asset and you must use your time wisely. Preparing a business plan

Are you finding setting goals a challenge? If so, you are not alone.  I have 10 tips I hope will help you.

  1. Start broadly and work to specific goals.  
  2. Think of your major definite purpose (what you want to accomplish), understand why accomplishing it is important (why), and your core values (how you want to