From economic recessions to worldwide pandemics, it’s more important now than ever to build the right foundation for a successful practice and career. While you may be a skilled attorney, you also need the business acumen and an understanding of the legal marketplace to withstand whatever comes your way. Don’t wait any longer to get the help you need from an experienced lawyer coach.
It’s no secret that the world of today has shifted tremendously in the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic. It’s also no secret that success takes more than the book learning most attorneys receive from law school.
Growing a successful practice takes effort. But, in times like these, it can feel like the amount of effort needed to even keep the lights on is too great.
As Winston Churchill said, “Success always demands a greater effort.”
You need not put forth all that effort alone, however, especially if you’re still seeking to build upon the career success you’ve already achieved. I’m here to help you define and achieve your professional goals.
I’m attorney Roy Ginsburg. I have 40-plus years of legal experience and 15-plus years of experience coaching attorneys throughout the US.
My one-to-one coaching services for attorneys specifically focus on:
You’re here, which means you believe you need outside assistance to become more successful. But you may not know what you’ll gain by working with a lawyer coach. Let me break it down for you.
There are three main benefits that I can bring to your practice:
If making your work more stable, satisfying, and successful sounds good to you, it’s time for a change. It’s time to work with a coach who can point you in the right direction and provide you with the guidance you need along the way. If retirement is on your horizon, I can help you sell your law practice. I also provide strategic planning consulting services for small-to medium-sized law firms.
If you’re ready to take your career to the next level, give me a call. I’ll keep you focused, help you brainstorm ideas for growth, and ensure you maintain the discipline required to keep you moving forward.