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In this installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, Dr. Sarah Reiff-Hekking will share her system for getting control over your life as a lawyer back from the force of procrastination — in 33 minutes.
No one enjoys struggling with procrastination — but lawyers face unique ethics risks along the way. Are you telling yourself you’d be fine if you could just sit down and grind through your work volume? Are you stuck trying to figure out how to say No when you know you can’t do it all but everything seems so important? Are you so overwhelmed by your tasks that you avoid working on them?
You’ll walk away with tools to start using right away from this action-packed session designed to help you understand:
- WHY the projects you’ve planned to do slide into the next day, still don’t get done, and continue to hog space on your To Do list.
- HOW to bust through procrastination using Dr. Sarah Reiff-Hekking’s 5 Step System. You’ll find out how to take control of your time and tasks and stop the feelings of being weighed down, overwhelmed, and confused.
- WHAT positive self-talk really is, when it works, and why it’s only a piece of the solution you need.
About the Expert
Sarah Reiff-Hekking, PhD is a Coach and Time Matters Expert with almost 20 years of experience helping people create and achieve their goals. She draws upon her background and experience as a psychologist and researcher to create elegant out-of-the-box solutions for her clients. She was on the faculty at UMass Medical School for 6 years, founded True Focus Coaching in 2005, and was a coach on staff at the Hallowell Center for more than 5 years. As a business savvy entrepreneur she grew a successful coaching practice during a down economy.
Dr. Reiff-Hekking is passionate about helping smart, creative adults who have a hard time managing their time and their tasks figure out a way that works for them. She believes that there are no “perfect” time management systems — you have to find the system that works for you. She also believes that solutions are found by paying attention to the present moment and that just like Michelangelo had to chip away at the stone to find the statue, we have to get rid of all the extra stuff that isn’t the core of your life. She offers private and group coaching services. Find more at TrueFocusCoaching.com