Three Questions That Predict Your Future

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Successful Lawyer DowntownCould you be more productive? Make more money? Spend more time with your family? Get more enjoyment out of your life and the practice of law?

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Here are some questions you should be asking yourself:

  • Am I closer to my goals today, than I was yesterday?
  • What actions will I take today to move closer to achieving my goals?
  • Do I have someone in my business life I can count on to push me toward the success I deserve?

If you answered “no” to just one of these three questions, you need to take a moment and think seriously about your future.

During the past five years I have worked with lawyers who have achieved levels of success that exceeded their wildest imagination.  Many of them start where you are right now.

You have done fine.  Better than many of your peers.  But you are not satisfied.

You’d like your success to be consistent. You’re tired of peaks and valleys in your activity level, motivation and ultimately your income.

You’d like your success to continue to grow.  You feel as though some days you take two steps forward and one step back.  You want to take ten steps forward and never, ever go backwards again.

Some mornings you get out of bed and you know your entire day will be spent reacting to things thrust upon you.  You want to be the architect of your life.  You must be the catalyst for the things that happen.  You know winners create activity and losers react to the activity of others.

These are all things you have known for years.  Intuitively, you’ve felt them.

But you’ve never acted on these feelings.

Sure, you may have written down your goals at some point.

Yeah, you may have spent some time discussing your future with someone you trust.

Maybe you even committed to a course of action and took some steps toward it.

But your progress stalled and you got frustrated and ultimately you decided it was easier to go back to your old, reactionary activity.

Well, I’ve got great news…

There is a way for you to advance toward your goals, toward building the law firm you want, toward living the lifestyle you deserve.

Here’s how:

You simply need to focus on the three areas of your professional life that make the difference between success and failure.

These three areas are what separate winners from losers.

I’ve uncovered these three areas during my study of successful attorneys over the course of the past decade.

These three areas are:

  • Confidence
  • Capability
  • Clarity

Successful attorneys keep their confidence level high, even during tough times.

Successful attorneys have a great deal of capability beyond the practice of law.  They are also capable business owners, managers of people, and brilliant strategists.

Successful attorneys have a clear, laser-like focus on the things that are important to them and their future and they are relentless in their pursuit of those passions.

Do not worry if you are lacking in any (or all) of these areas.

The most successful attorneys were deficient in these areas at one time or another.  They have acquired the skills and experience necessary to achieve the success they now enjoy.

Today I am delivering this success formula to you.

Listen to this podcast.  It contains the step-by-step guide to improving your confidence, capability, and clarity.

What Successful Lawyers Know

At the end of the episode, I make a direct offer to help you achieve your goals.

Isn’t it time you took the action you have been putting off for so long?

Join me now.