The Reporter – December 2015


The Reporter – December 2015

  • Sheila Atkinson-Baker
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  Helpful Information for Legal Professionals
  • Being an Achiever
  • Write Better Legal Documents with an Editing Checklist
  • How to Introduce Yourself to Others at a Business, Social, or Networking Event
  • Word Tips and Tricks
  • Five Tips for Making New Year’s Work Resolutions

From the President

In our e-newsletters this past year, we have covered many subjects, such as articles covering ideas for becoming more effective and productive, workplace tools, team building, and attaining personal and professional goals. Many of these articles were written by experienced legal professionals. All of these newsletters and articles are accessible on our website at at the “Client Resources” tab.

Happy holidays!
Sheila Atkinson-Baker


Being an Achiever

By Steve Pavlina

You become an achiever by achieving your goals. If you achieve your goals, you’re an achiever. If you don’t achieve your goals, you’re not an achiever.

This is a simple, binary way to think about achievement. To achieve means to reach, attain, or accomplish. What you choose to reach, attain, or accomplish is up to you.

The difference between an achiever and a non-achiever is largely a matter of attention. Non-achievers give their goals little attention, if they bother to set goals at all. Non-achievers reach, attain, or accomplish something other than their goals — and quite often that is someone else’s goals, without consciously making those goals their own.

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