Personal goal setting has been popular and effective in other professions and industries for many years. Lawyers have been slow in coming around because they are afraid that the exercise will be a waste of time or will restrict how they practice. As consultants, we still hear partners say, “I’m a partner. I can do as I damn well please.” This attitude is not as prevalent as it was in the past, but it still exists and must be dealt with.


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