The Reporter – February 2016


The Reporter – February 2016

  • Sheila Atkinson-Baker
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  Helpful Information for Legal Professionals
  • The Happiness Avoidance Problem: You Sure Do
    Know What You Don’t Want
  • Secret to Success
  • Do You Truly Give 100 Percent at Work?
  • Power Tips for Work in 2016
  • Four Simple Productivity Hacks to Always Wake
    Up Productive

From the President

We know that depositions are an extremely important part of working for your attorneys, and that is why our highest goal is to stay ahead of your deposition planning so it can be more convenient and efficient for you.

Our goal continues to be to provide you with relevant and helpful material in The Reporter that either you will use in the workplace or that you will forward to other legal professionals inside or outside of your firm.

As always, we invite you to send us any articles or tips you may have as a legal professional so we can share them with our readers.

Best regards,
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

The Happiness Avoidance Problem: You Sure Do Know What You Don’t Want

By Chere Estrin

We all want career happiness. So why, for some people, is it so hard to get?

It is remarkably sad that so many people end up devoting their careers to jobs that don’t make them happy. They don’t start out that way, of course. It just ends up that as they get further along in their chosen job they discover they’re not very happy.

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