“If only she could see herself as everyone else sees her, she’d see why her practice isn’t taking off.”
You’ve probably heard something like this, whether it referred to an associate learning the ropes or a more senior person who’s reached a business-development plateau. You may also have heard: “There’s no one to take over as managing partner when she retires. Do we have any hidden jewels that somehow we’ve overlooked?”
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