I collaborate with successful lawyers to address the issues they confront as attorneys. The most common challenges I assist lawyers in conquering are related to:
• Big Picture – Career path in light of skills and experience, firm's culture and legal industry trends. Dissatisfaction with present firm or current position. Perceived lack of alternative career paths.
• Business Development – Insufficient business. Lack of marketing and networking skills. Time and energy management issues.
• Health – Constant stress and anxiety. Unhealthy use of alcohol, drugs or food to cope. Depression.
• Relationships – Work/Life balance. Problems with family, friends and colleagues.
• Financial Issues – Too much debt. Expenses out of control.
I coach a limited number of big-thinking lawyers to frame issues, clarify personal and professional goals, and develop a plan of action to exceed their goals and achieve success.
You get an unbiased third-party perspective as we formulate a detailed plan to resolve your concerns. One of my most important functions is as an accountability partner who provides inspiration and motivation to implement your plan.
I am uniquely qualified to do this work based on my skills and experience:
• Former equity partner at two Am Law 100 firms
• Winner of TMA’s Turnaround of the Year – Large Company 2011
• Developed book of business of over $3.5 million per year
• Also worked as a lawyer in small boutique firms, as an in-house counsel for an investment firm, and as a non-practicing attorney in a Fortune 500 company and for several small businesses
• Successfully addressed my alcoholism and drug addiction with over twenty-one years of continuous sobriety, and managed my depression and related conditions
Let's talk confidentially about conquering your challenges. Call me at (212) 765-0685 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My website is www.gregyatesconsulting.com.
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