As it turns out we are neither the most discerning judge of our own character nor the most reliable arbiter of the facts.  The truth is that we do not see ourselves accurately and are much more likely to point out the flaws of others and assign blame.  This tendency amounts to a professional dead-end.

The first step on the path of self-improvement and limitless success is a solitary one.  The only relevant inquiry is along the lines of, “What did I do wrong?” and “How can I improve?”  If this line of reasoning resonates for you, read on here. *

*Please note that while this post was originally written for attorneys, it does in fact apply to all professionals.  Simply substitute the word “professional” for all references to “counselor”, “attorney,” and “lawyer.”  That should do the trick!