While lawyers seem to carry a sense of control over their practice, that is not always the case at home. If you feel like you come home from a long day to a never-ending to-do list, this is the webinar for you.
Trying to be everything to everyone can leave you feeling guilty, stressed out, overwhelmed, exhausted, and frustrated.
Should you be cleaning the house or spending more time with your children?
Is taking the kids to the store a great parenting experience?
Does cooking dinner every night take you away from your family?
You are the most expensive domestic assistant.
Join us on October 5th where we will discuss the idea of “can you do it all” and see where you stand on the Burnout to Breakthrough™ worksheet to determine if it makes sense to hire some additional help.
A domestic assistant is someone who will perform domestic (chores) duties for you at home. They also run errands, deal with services, shop for you, clean and do other duties around the home. By hiring a domestic assistant, you can increase your energy, be happier and decrease stress.
From Attorney and Atticus Shareholder Steve Riley in his book, “The Domestic Assistant Advantage” he said, “I have had several attorneys actually double their incomes with this one change” as well as, “Ultimately, I believe that if you are a good lawyer on your way to being a great one, or better yet, a great lawyer on your way to being an extraordinary one, then you should delegate everything but your genius.”
We look forward to seeing you on October 5th!
Adjunct Practice Advisor and Attorney
As a Practice Advisor, she works with attorneys to develop practical strategies to find and maintain balance in their lives. She helps attorneys identify tasks that are not the best use of their time both at home and in the office, freeing them to focus quality time on what matters most.
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