Lawyers are cautious creatures, as they should be, but their cautious nature often prevents them from reaching their potential.
We see it all the time.
We see lawyers emulate their competition because it seems like the smart and safe approach, but you can’t stand out from the crowd when you are a part of it.
We see lawyers majoring in minor things, making incremental improvements in what they already do instead of trying big ideas that might help them achieve next-level growth.
We see lawyers settle for low hanging fruit, targeting average clients and charging average fees, instead of reaching for the sweetest fruit that’s a little bit out of reach.
We see lawyers stifling their productivity by riding the wave of perfectionism, not realizing that done is better than perfect.
We see lawyers working hard and staying busy, because that’s what’s expected of them, instead of looking for ways to achieve exceptional results with less effort.
It’s fear. Fear of failure, fear of being different, even fear of success.
Are you guilty of any of this?
You can’t change overnight but you can change. You can adopt a new mindset, one that values being different and the lessons taught by failure.
A mindset that says success doesn’t depend on the elimination of all risk but on the intelligent management of it.
A mindset that focuses on what you want instead of what you think you’re supposed to do.
Fear can be tamed. Optimism can be learned. Success is available to all.
If you’re ready to get to the next level, this is how you get there