Scott Limmer

Scott and Oscar have long advised listeners that law firms and solo lawyers can learn a lot about business development by listening to experts outside the legal field. In this episode they discuss The Achievement Habit by Bernard Roth. The author talks about the need for people to go after what they want and realize that they are in control of their own lives and businesses. The book admonishes its readers to “Stop Wishing, Start Doing and Take Command of Your Life.”

The hosts talk about how to implement the advice Roth gives in his book to a law practice. The attitude in which you take something on is as important as deciding what to take on. The hosts talk about how they had to adjust their attitudes to give their law practices the boost they needed to be successful. The first step is self-contemplation and analysis to determine what kind of person you are and what kind of lawyer you wanted to be. While we are all lawyers we are all not the same lawyer and you need to apply yourself in the manner that best suits your personality and style.

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