Managing Job-Related Stress
In this month’s SuccessTips, we’re discussing:
- Accurate Self-Appraisal or Imposter Syndrome: Why You’re Wise to Know the Difference
- A Powerful Way to Cut Down On Back-and-Forth Emails
- If You’re Not Using a “Text-Expander” App to Save Gobs of Typing Time, You Should Be. Period. End of Story
- Business Acronym of the Month: WIIFM
Read More…Practice Development Quick Reads for September 2016
The very first moment you’re confronted with a challenging situation – that very first instant of recognition – presents a potent but rarely appreciated opportunity to orient yourself in a more effective way than you otherwise might. Whether it’s a relatively minor challenge such as another interruption from an important-but-prickly… Read More.
Much has been written about “the lawyer personality” and “the lawyer mind” – about how they’re more analytical, more introverted than the general population. Here’s one quality of many attorneys that’s a real double-edged sword. “Locus of control” (LOC) refers to our basic belief about whether the outcomes of our… Read More.
To perform at your best, whether you’re on trial, drafting an important document under pressure, or interacting with clients and staff, you need have as much energy as possible throughout the day — both mentally and physically. Think about it: your blood and brain need the right amount of oxygen… Read More.
Do you trust your daily calendar to help you manage your day effectively? Many attorneys don’t. Often there’s just not enough information in the item entry to plan properly. Or they think that crunch-booking will let them get more done. Some are so used to seeing back-to-back appointments without prep… Read More.
Successful people take action, right? Leaders apply certain principals to get results. Top performers do certain things to rise above the pack. Successful law firm leaders tend to excel at rainmaking and/or practice management. Indeed, when we think about successful people, we naturally think about the things they do that… Read More.
It’s too easy to get hooked by stress and worry – particularly when our experience of the stress and worry is (or seems) justified by the high stakes matter or financial pressure at hand. It’s all too easy to forget, in the midst of our daily work, why it is… Read More.