Being a lawyer involves more than paperwork and courtroom litigation. Lawyers must network with other professionals, market themselves, and avoid burning out and selling out. As a wealthy woman lawyer, you also might struggle with juggling doing it all, having confidence in the courtroom, and maintaining what’s most important to you.

In this episode, I interview Dena Lefkowitz, the founder and CEO of Achievement by Design, LLC, and author of “Winning in Your Own Court: 10 Laws for a Successful Career Without Burning Out or Selling Out.” After working as a lawyer for 25 years, Dena is now known as “the counselor’s coach,” providing professional coaching for underperforming lawyers and executives to help them become rainmakers.

Enjoy this conversation with Dena, and leave a review if you learned something new!

Show Highlights:

  • How Dena became a lawyer and what made her want to help lawyers
  • The importance of having your own book of business
  • Why you need to network and build professional relationships
  • The laws we didn’t learn in law school
  • How to be confident and overcome a fear of judgment

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