Although Q1 2017 is in the history books, it’s never too late to re-evaluate your business habits and consider how they may be improved.
Transitioning from an employee of BIG LAW to a solo practitioner was challenging, but figuring out how to organize my time has always come easy to me. When I launched Aimee B. Davis Law P.C., people who knew I worked from home commended my self-discipline and ability to stay motivated.
I’ve been my own boss for seven years. I appreciate and enjoy working with my clients and achieve high levels of self-satisfaction from my work. Opening my own legal practice renewed my passion for the practice of transactional law. However, like most people, I suffer “burn out” from time to time.
At a recent biz dev meeting of solo attorneys, the group was asked to identify our respective business habits. I felt validated to realize I face the same challenges (some of which have been the subject of my prior blog posts) as similarly situated solos. I was also excited to be introduced to some new business habits.
Hearing these business habits reminded me to reevaluate and not be afraid to change. I hope my readers feel the same. If you are regularly engaged in several of these practices, don’t doubt yourself. It means you’re on the right track.