What would you do if you had no fear: 12 Quotes to Inspire You.

Fear is a given. It’s what you do in the face of fear that matters. Here are 12 very insightful perspectives. Find one that resonates with you and remember it when you are facing fear head on and you know you need a voice in your head that is not your own. “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most Read More

When You Reconnect With Your Passion: 3 Things Happen

The Tour de France… is it on your bucket list? Is cycling your passion? I had the awesome privilege to witness two friends of mine while they started to plan their trip to The Tour de France. First of all… their passion is cycling. When an opportunity presented itself they recognized it as an opportunity of a lifetime. There was no hesitation and no excuses… I can’t afford it… it will be too crowded that time of Read More

You Want Change: How to know if you are running to something or from something.

There comes a time when your current situation is no longer acceptable. It is never a good idea to run from something, since it is likely you will find the same frustration in a new arena. On the other hand, if you are running to something, it will be more likely that the excitement and focus will help you create a new experience that has the potential to engage you in a way that the reverse cannot. So, how do you Read More

Dream Big: 20 Quotes to Inspire You.

Your dream to become a lawyer came true. So, now what? Don’t accept your current situation, if it isn’t what you really want. Continue to dream. Here are 12 quotes that just may inspire you to dream again. “Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson “The only thing worse than starting something and failing … is not starting Read More

Not Being Present: 3 Ways It Can Hurt You, and What You Can Do About It

When we get overwhelmed, we think we need to multi-task to keep things going. You’re on a call with a client and the kids want attention. Your boss asks for a status report, so you give him an off the cuff response. You are reading a brief while you are on a conference call with another client. Sound familiar? Probably so, or at least you have your own version of these situations. Here are the facts: You Read More

Schedule Time to THINK About What You Want: 5 Lists That Will Get You Started

People spend more time planning vacations than planning their lives. Does that ring true for you? Decide what you want in your life and create a strategy to get you there. It sounds easy, but not so fast! Here are 5 lists you can make that will help you get started. Set aside a block of time to REALLY think about what you put on these lists. Ask your friends and family how they see it, especially with regards to Read More

Are Things Going Sideways? 4-Steps to Gain Clarity.

Long gone are the days that we work our entire careers for one employer and at retirement look forward to a gold watch. Doesn’t that sound absurd in today’s world? If you look back on your life so far, I bet you will see many times when you couldn’t have imagined that you would be where you eventually ended up. You drove some of those changes and others just swept you away. Wouldn’t you prefer to be in the Read More

Are You Content with Your Life? 2 Ways to Look at Contentment.

It’s not contentment that makes most of us type-A personalities happy. It’s actually the opposite. It’s the moments when we are striving, driving, and reaching. That’s when we feel the most energized and alive. Yet we strive for contentment amid chaos and overwhelming moments. Something must be missing, right? I believe there are two ways to look at contentment and dissatisfaction... Maybe you already have Read More

Make A Life… Not Just a Living: 3 Questions to Get You Started

It’s the beginning of the year and I hope that you have reviewed the results and growth you experienced last year, along with creating a plan for 2017. That’s not on your radar screen? Okay. Maybe you’ve become complacent and resigned to your situation. Well my friend, that is a very dangerous place to be and an even more dangerous place to stay. You can’t stay there. Here are 3 questions that just may give you a Read More

Five Ways to Work Business Development into Your Everyday Routine

If you, like many lawyers, are constantly worried about where the next matter is going to come from… chances are you haven’t REALLY committed to business development. Many lawyers that I work with are terrified by the idea of “committing” to anything else… because they already feel stressed out and overworked. The good news is that “business development” doesn’t have to take over your week. Quite to the contrary, you Read More