You’re ambitious, there’s no doubt about that. Your skills up to this point have gotten you all the success you’ve earned, but you know that there’s more out there.
Falling into the Launching category is by no means the lowest level of success, In fact, it means you’ve already achieved a lot more than your peers who don’t share your ambition.
If one of your four categories falls under the Launching success level, maybe you want to find some outside resources to assist you, as most find their weakest categories to be those that are best aided by collaboration and expert advice.
Congratulations, you’re in the process of building an A+ estate planning practice! You’re not adverse to trying new things and adapting to new systems & ideas to better your firm and your own personal life. Your ambition is most likely unmatched in your community.
The Building success level is a great one, because it means you’re currently working to better yourself and your practice. Building means you’re growing, which is something we all want!
Falling into the Building success level means that category is on the rise in your office. Maybe you’re currently working on new developments in that area or you’re considering it. Either way, you don’t need to build alone! There are plenty of others, especially those in The Freedom PRactice family, that can help you create your bigger future.
Congratulations, your estate planning firm is a cut above the rest! The crème de la crème of estate planning and trust administration practices.
Many that fall into the Summiting category often mistake this high level of success as you reaching the final peak on the mountain. But we all know there’s another level. You don’t have to plateau!
If you’re not already a member of a mastermind, coaching or collaboration group, this is where you’ll really learn to exponentially grow your practice. After all, shouldn’t you, one of the most elite attorneys around, rub elbows with other elite attorneys in a forum where you can share ideas, strategies and generally help each other grow?