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In this week’s episode of the Wealthy Woman Lawyer® podcast, I  share 3 Action Steps to Reclaim 10 Hours This Week because if there is one thing I know, it is that women law firm owners never feel like they have enough time to get everything done.

Listen in as I discuss:

  •  Why I despise the term “time management” and what I think we should focus on instead.
  • The top priorities many women law firm owners have shared with me (Are they yours, too?).
  • My top priorities and how these inform how I spend my time.
  • The two ways you can tell if what you say your top priorities are actually your top priorities or not.
  • The biggest issue high-achieving women face that keeps them from spending more time focused on their highest priorities.
  • The second biggest issue that sets us up for failure in prioritizing our time (Hint: “We have an other people problem.”)
  •  The lie we tell ourselves every time we break a time commitment we’ve made to ourselves.
  • How email and a false sense of “legal emergencies” rob us of precious time.
  • 3 action steps you can take today to reclaim at least 10 hours of time this week (and every week after).
  • And much more!

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