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Four Reasons Why Legal Professionals Succeed (or Fail)
By Chere Estrin, Editor-in-Chief, KNOW Magazine
It’s around this time that most of us decide it’s time to change some aspect of our lives. We decide that :
We’re taking the train to Skinnyland – going on the final diet, the BIG one – the one that will mean that we’re finally, finally svelte, lush and size 4.
We’re going to find that “dream job” – the one where we don’t have to bill time, everyone in the organization is like Mary Poppins, we have two weeks off each month and a facial every Monday to soothe away the stress of the week.
We’re going to find that “special someone” – you know, the one with Godlike chiseled features and rippling forearms.
For those of you who are using traditional goal-setting methods – let me assure you that life doesn’t work that way. Especially when it comes to the big things. After a few decades (ok, more than a few) of life on this planet, I’ve come to realize that it’s the small decisions that put us on the path to success, a great career, a loving marriage, a healthy life.
No matter how you tackle it, there are basically two characteristics in the American psyche:
enthusiasm for the future and making things better and,
an openness and willingness to change in order to achieve that end.
Career planning counselor:“Well, sometimes it helps me to imagine the worst case scenario. So what’s the worst case scenario?”
Law Student: “Not getting a job when I graduate law school in two months so I’m unable to meet my living expenses or pay back student loans, and then I’ll have to live in a cardboard box in Central Park.”
Career planning counselor:“Yeah, but at least you’ll have your health.”