Law Practice Tip #13: It’s good practice to ask for help

Coaching For Lawyers Law Practice Tip #13

Many lawyers are reluctant to ask for help because they somehow feel that they should have the answers.  But asking for help is the sign of a confident, competent lawyer that has spotted some new issue and knows the best way to get a good result is to get opinions and ideas from others when they don’t have all the answers.

When you are stuck on some problem of any kind in your practice reach out and ask for help.

It’s not necessary to always do or figure out everything yourself. Maybe you just need to talk the problem through with someone. Seek out someone to listen so you can work out the next step. Asking for help will be good for you and your clients. You’ll be able to deliver a better work product, reduce your stress, and increase clarity.  All good practice management objectives.

If you would like coaching on how to ask for help, please consider contacting me to see how I can assist you.  Check out my website  http://www.coaching-for-lawyers.com/legalcoach.

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