Episode #21: Changing Priorities (How To Work Less, Excel In Life & Law)

by Heather Moulder | Life & Law Podcast


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At some point in your career, you’re going to experience what happens to us all: changing priorities.

This is you if you’ve worked hard to get to where you are but. . . can’t help but question whether it’s really worth it. Or you want to step back yet worry that you’ll lose ground.

And then you start thinking things like. . .

  • Are you being lazy or ungrateful?
  • Is it possible to reprioritize while remaining where you are?
  • What will happen if you listen to that inner voice (will you regret it)?
  • What will people think if you made a big change?

Please know that you’re not alone (I see this all the time). Changing priorities is one of the main reasons people hire me.

The good news is that you can do something about it. Today, we’re tackling what do you do when facing your own changing priorities so that you can feel clear and confident about what’s next.

In Today’s Episode About Changing Priorities, You’ll Learn:

  • 5 mindset shifts around changing priorities that will help you lean into them without worry, stress or anxiety.
  • The steps for how to reprioritize without guilt, shame or apology.
  • A simple tool for facing your fears (around failure, uncertainty and what others might think) so that they won’t hold you back from taking action on the things you really want.

Today’s Episode will give you practical advice for how to determine and then act on your new priorities with ease.

Career Coaching From A Lawyer Who’s Been There

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As a lawyer who transformed from burned out to balanced while building a $2.5MM+ practice, I’m on a mission to help lawyers reconnect with what brings you purpose, speak up with confidence and prioritize what’s important to you (while saying no to all the rest).

It’s time to take ownership of your career and make a more meaningful impact (at work and home) while doing less, not more.  Go here to learn how I can help.