The most common refrain echoed by lawyers I know is that their biggest enemy is not an opposing counsel in a case or deal, or a rival law firm or company; rather, it is time (or more precisely, the lack thereof). This foe assumes mythic proportions as it relates to self improvement goals, as these are shunted aside when the next new matter, project or crisis comes along, as these understandably take precedence. Thus, even though they aspire to hone their business development and core competency skills (such as writing and presenting) or realize a need to focus on health and wellness, many lawyers often defer, as they simply cannot find the time.
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