Success Breeds Success: Choose Your Friends Wisely

Motivational speaker Jim Rohn once said, "You are the average of the 5 people you hang out with most." Think about your 5 closest friends - are they living the lives they want, or are they slaves to their jobs and struggling to remember the faces of their family members? You are known (and influenced) largely by the company you keep.

Your business relationships play a large part in your successful lawyer lifestyle. If you surround yourself with successful, positive people who love their jobs and are living the life they want, you'll find yourself striving for these same feelings. Nothing demotivates you quicker than pessimistic business relationships that constantly complain about their work.

Learning from a successful lawyer is a good way to start on your own path to success. You should seek out those who have taken the journey to success and emulate them. After all, who better to follow than someone who has already been there? Listen to words from the wise and figure out how to apply their advice and experiences to your own life.

You can draw plenty of inspiration from your good business relationships, and also by seeking out those at the top of their industry. Truly successful lawyers who are happy with their lives are eager to share their experiences. That's what you'll get from my Great Legal Marketing seminars - a collection of successful lawyers willing to share their tips and advice on joining their ranks.

Your business relationships and attention to other industry leaders are only two parts of the many tips I have on becoming a successful lawyer

There's a lot more to learn if you want to build your practice full of happy clients, reasonable hours and a 6-figure salary. Start by requesting a FREE copy of my marketing CD and report. Consider a step toward transforming your law firm into a successful and highly profitable business - (703) 591-9829.

Ben Glass
Ben is a nationally recognized expert in attorney marketing and the owner of Great Legal Marketing.
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