Be a ‘limitless lawyer’

30 December 2021 By Robyn Tongol

Having turned down partnership at a firm in her native United Kingdom to follow a different vocational path, Charlotte Smith has learned how to better manage her energy, tap into a mindset of potential and discover confidence in herself, even when things are difficult. It is from this journey that she has discovered how lawyers can practise without limits.

On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by San Francisco-based executive coach Charlotte Smith to discuss what it means to be a limitless lawyer, how this does apply, and has applied, in her own life, whether there are black-and-white rules or if being limitless means different things to different people, and whether lawyers are becoming more in-tune with their personal and professional needs.

The pair also reflect on the need or otherwise for a certain quantum of stress and trauma in order to thrive, practical steps to live and practise in a limitless fashion, tapping into the “zone of genius”, and exploration of new innovative approaches to law.

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