Camille Stell, in her Attorney at Work article, discusses critical skills that should be adopted by lawyers to maximize results and become successful . Her article, “5 Organizational Skills for Lawyers,” begins as follows:
When you think of organizational skills for lawyers, you probably think first of the physical things: an uncluttered office, pristine case files, and the ability to find exactly what you’re looking for exactly when you need it. But critical organizational skills also include time management, strategic planning, the ability to set priorities, and self-care. Here are five things hyper-productive people do every day to maximize their results and build successful law practices.
To see the full article, click: “5 Organizational Skills for Lawyers” by Camille Stell
Posted by Anthony Tran, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal