Do you want to make more money in your law practice?
Do you want to advance in your legal career?
Coaching may be the solution.
Coaching for Lawyers will help you achieve greater success in your law practice and legal career.
By working with Professional Lawyer Coach Daniel Roberts you can make the changes you need to achieve your professional goals and increase your success as an attorney.
Lawyer-to-Lawyer Coaching will help you:
- Develop your law firm marketing skills to increase your income.
- Plan your legal career for greater career success.
- Increase your productivity for more billable hours with less time in the office.
- Improve your work-life balance for a successful legal career and a fulfilling personal life .
Over the past thirty years, coaching has emerged as the most effective way to develop your law practice, advance your legal career and balance your professional and personal life. Countless people have accomplished more in their lives with less effort by having a coach. Coaching from an experienced attorney and Professional Lawyer Coach is the most powerful coaching you can receive.
Daniel Roberts has the experience, knowledge and skills you need:
“I practiced law for 25 years as an associate, solo practitioner and law firm partner. I worked in many different law practice areas including (but not limited to) business litigation, business transactional, corporate, probate, domestic relations and personal injury. Because of my own law practice experience and from coaching lawyers working in numerous other practice areas, I understand the day-to-day challenges and demands a lawyer faces.
I established Coaching For Lawyers in 1997. By 1996 I was complete with my law practice experience and wanted to make a career change. After careful consideration, I decided on coaching fellow attorneys to greater career success. I studied coaching methodology at Coach U and received certification by the International Coach Federation as a Professional Certified Coach. I have been working with attorneys continuously since 1997.
Over the years I have helped hundreds of attorneys. Lawyers as diverse as managing partners, junior associates, senior associates, big firm, small firm, national firm, regional firm, solos and in-house, across the United States and in various countries around the world. I have found great satisfaction in seeing my clients succeed. I would like to help you!”
Coaching for Lawyers is a collaborative partnership formed for the purpose of helping you reach your legal career and personal goals. In essence, we would be partners in achieving your success.
It works a lot like sports coaching. If, for example, you want to improve your golf score, a golf coach would look at your game and tell you objectively the good and the bad. He would make suggestions, help you brainstorm ideas to improve various problem areas, recommend a practice routine and expect you to follow it. The end result is that you improve your golf game. Coaching for Lawyers works much the same way.
“Executive coaches are not for the meek. They’re for people who value unambiguous feedback. All coaches have one thing in common, it’s that they are ruthlessly results-oriented.” ~FAST COMPANY Magazine
“The goal of coaching is the goal of good management: to make the most of an organization’s valuable resources.” ~ Harvard Business Review
“Coaching is an action-oriented partnership that, unlike psychotherapy which delves into patterns of the past, concentrates on where you are today and how you can reach your goals.” ~ Time
“Who, exactly, seeks out a coach?…Winners who want even more out of life.” ~ Chicago Tribune
“Today’s managers, professionals and entrepreneurs are hiring coaches to help them with time management, a change in career or balancing their work and personal lives.” ~ Fortune
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Law Practice Tip for the week of June 18, 2018
Why did you become a lawyer? I have heard so many reasons. Chief among them is that the person didn’t know what else to do so they went to law school. Is that you and, if so, are you satisfied with being an attorney? Have you grown to enjoy the practice of law or are you just putting in the hours? Life is short, there is no shame in changing careers. You have probably heard of the sunk costs fallacy; that when one has invested so much money, time, whatever, you can’t let it go and invest in something else. Yes, you can!