The Reporter E-Letter – August 2014


The Reporter E-Letter – August 2014

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August 2014

From the President

As you know, litigation support has increasingly become more complex over the recent years. As the litigation landscape is growing at a rapid rate, your role is evolving into being more and more instrumental to your attorneys’ successes.

With the goal of providing information that can help you in your role as a legal professional, this month we included “Career and Commitment,” which emphasizes the importance of making conscious commitments along the career path.

We invite you to send us any articles or tips you may have regarding any part of the discovery process, so we can share them with our readers.

Best regards,
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

Career and Commitment

By Steve Pavlina

How committed are you to having a career you absolutely love?

Your level of commitment plays a key role in the process of creating a fulfilling career. When people are undercommitted to their careers, they tend to get lousy results. When they get clear about what they want and commit themselves to creating it, however long it takes, they usually get there in some fashion.

Action Reveals Commitment

How do you know how committed you are? You can tell by your actions, by what you consider important enough to carve out time for.

For example, if your career seems to be in the dumps right now, but you somehow manage to keep up on all your favorite TV shows, what does that say about your level of commitment?
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Career and Commitment

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