Ever struggle with distraction and procrastination? Yeah, I know, rhetorical question. Of course you do. We all do.
As a lawyer, it’s axiomatic that your time is your most valuable asset—one that is non-renewable. You can’t afford to get sucked into rabbit holes of distraction. Accordingly, we all must strike the right balance between consumption and creation. There’s room for the former, but one’s time and energy must be biased toward action. It’s through action that we gain experience and wisdom.
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