You’ve eaten the last of the roast beast. The decorations are down, your bags are unpacked and everything in your life is pretty much back in its place. The noise of the year-end has died down, and now there’s silence. And a return to those ruminations of how the personal and professional You will be new and improved in this New Year.
From doing this—to not doing that, each one of us thinks at least a little about how a fresh start might inspire … a fresh start. For the legal professional (or any professional for that matter), a reflection of what was, what is and what could be shapes professional desires for the coming year. The cast of characters is well-known: more money, a better title, a new job, a promotion, more business, making partner, becoming a general counsel—all rank among the top goals for those in the proverbial rat race. Fine goals indeed, but nothing new or enlightening for today’s legal professional.
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