Chances are, if you’re here, you want change. You want to evolve and expand.

But in case you’re new to this podcast and aren’t sold on change, I want to ask you a question:

Are you happy with where you are right now?

I hope you are.

Even if you are though, do you want to change anything in your life?

Do you want to feel more organized, more present, more connected?

Do you want to grow your practice or grow your ability to play bigger in your life?

All of that requires evolution.

It requires NOT playing it safe.

It requires NOT living by default.

Change can feel hard though because playing it safe feels like the right thing to do because it feels…well, safe.

Change can feel like you’re looking down a cliff and someone is asking you to jump without a parachute.

In this episode of Be a Better Lawyer Podcast, you’ll learn:

👉 what causes us to play it safe

👉 the most common fears I hear from lawyers on Strategy Sessions

👉 how to begin evolving

We only have one life on this planet.

Decide to live it the way you choose and not on default.

Listen in to start taking actionable steps towards your next evolution.



I help lawyers take control of their practice, find fulfillment and create a life they love.

Work with me to start implementing what you’re learning in this podcast.

Book a Strategy Session with me, and we’ll take your practice to the next level.

During our session, I’ll ask you questions to help you see patterns holding you back from getting what you want. Then I’ll give you a step-by-step plan that we’ll implement when we work together.

Book a Strategy Session here.

You can create a life and law practice you love. I’ll show you how.


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