The Reporter Newsletter – January 2011

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The Reporter Newsletter – January 2011

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January 2011

From the President

With the beginning of a new year, inevitably comes bright ideas for improved prosperity and decisions to make changes to existing structures. It is our intention to provide articles and tools to accommodate this.

We continue to advance in the legal industry with steady momentum, in what has become a very competitive market. To help us ensure we are providing you with what you need, please let us know what we can do to improve. Your feedback will help us meet our goal to serve you in the best possible way.

We sincerely value our relationship with you, we wish you the best in 2011, and we hope you and your firm continue to prosper and grow throughout the year.

Best regards,
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

New Year’s Resolutions – How Planning Can Make A Difference!

By Andrew Papas

It’s another New Year. Many people greet the new year with enthusiasm and happiness, inspiring them with new hopes, longing and excitement. On New Year’s eve many people hold parties to greet the New Year ahead in the company of family and friends and to make resolutions which they hope to keep as they look forward to a fresh start by resolving to improve to make the New Year a better one. Don’t regret not trying to achieve something your heart was set on. Look at the possibilities. The potential rewards are worth the effort to the individual who is earnestly seeking to get more out of life.

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10 Tips for Setting Work Goals

By Jonah Isbell

Here are some great tips if you are thinking about setting work goals.

  1. Choose at least one long-term goal (minimum one year)
  2. Make sure your goals are achievable. If they are too easy you won’t have much success to show for them and if they are too hard you will get discouraged. Choose goals that you think you have about a 60% chance of fulfilling.

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OVERHEARD IN COURT

I THINK I AM DUE

ATTORNEY: I’ve lost my last four cases in this court, but this time I have the law on my side.

JUDGE: What law is that, Counselor?”

ATTORNEY: The law of averages.

HE WAS IN MY WAY

ATTORNEY: What happened next?

WITNESS: The guy was all over the road. I had to swerve a number of times before I hit him.