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164: How To Become A Growth-Oriented Person, Part 3: Make Failure Your Friend

7/31/2019
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Chicago attorney Dave Scriven-Young on leadership: The third step for attorneys to become growth-oriented persons is to make failure your friend. We must understand that a high percentage of potential clients have no interest in working with us. We must take enough action to get in front of the people who are interested in working with us. But failure can prevent us from taking action if we let it. As John Maxwell says in his book, Leadershift, we can make failure our friend by: learning...

Duration:00:10:48

163: How To Become A Growth-Oriented Person, Part 2: Adopt A Teachable Spirit

7/29/2019
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Chicago attorney Dave Scriven-Young on leadership: The second step for attorneys to become a growth-oriented person is to adopt a teachable spirit. This is important so we can learn from our experiences and projects that we do as attorneys. As John Maxwell says in his book, Leadershift, we can adopt a teachable spirit by making growth our number-one priority, looking for growth possibilities in every situation, asking questions that will help us grow, filing what we have learned, and passing...

Duration:00:09:33

162: How To Become A Growth-Oriented Person, Step 1: Embrace Change

7/28/2019
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Chicago attorney Dave Scriven-Young on leadership: The first step for attorneys to become a growth-oriented person is to embrace change. As John Maxwell says in his book, Leadershift, "growth means change". We must accept that change will happen. We must also take action to change when we want to grow in some area of our life. If you need an attorney or want to refer a case, you can contact me at (312) 239-9722 or dscriven-young@pecklaw.com. Check out my website:...

Duration:00:06:19

161: Grow With A Timeline, Not With A Finish Line

7/27/2019
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Chicago attorney Dave Scriven-Young on leadership: Attorneys must realize that there is no finish line when it comes to leadership. As John Maxwell says in his book, Leadershift, successful leaders seek to make progress everyday to grow themselves, their colleagues, and their clients. We must create a "growth-oriented culture" that "values development, focuses on stretching, honors serving, emphasizes the student, and where the target is growth." If you need an attorney or want to refer a...

Duration:00:10:24

160: Grow In A Few Vital Areas Rather Than Trying To Grow In All Areas

7/26/2019
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Chicago attorney Dave Scriven-Young on leadership: As leaders, attorneys should try to grow in a few vital areas rather than trying to grow in all areas. As John Maxwell says in his book, Leadershift, successful people share these REAL traits: (1) relationships, (2) equipping the next generation, (3) attitude, and (4) leadership. If you need an attorney or want to refer a case, you can contact me at (312) 239-9722 or dscriven-young@pecklaw.com. Check out my website:...

Duration:00:12:03

159: Grow Inward, Not Outward

7/25/2019
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Chicago attorney Dave Scriven-Young on leadership: As leaders, attorneys must decide that they want to grow inward as opposed to growing outward. As John Maxwell says in his book, Leadershift, when we grow outward, we are usually motivated by someone else who expects something from you. Or, you're trying to reach some external goal. But when you are growing inward, we have inward motivation. This is better because "growth on the inside fuels growth on the outside, not the other way...

Duration:00:09:07

158: Why We Should Change From A "Goals" Mindset To A "Growth" Mindset

7/24/2019
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Chicago attorney Dave Scriven-Young on leadership: As leaders, attorneys must change from having a "goals" mindset to having a "growth" mindset. As John Maxwell says in his book, Leadershift, achieving goals are not as significant as the growth we receive: "Goals helped me to do better. But growth helped me to become better." If you need an attorney or want to refer a case, you can contact me at (312) 239-9722 or dscriven-young@pecklaw.com. Check out my website:...

Duration:00:08:43

157: When You Add Value, Treat Any Return As An Unexpected Blessing

7/23/2019
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Chicago attorney Dave Scriven-Young on leadership: When attorneys add value, they must treat any return as an unexpected blessing. As John Maxwell says in his book, Leadershift, we will receive many returns from adding value. But that should not be the primary reason why we do so. We must also remember to add value first to the people who are in front of us -- our clients, colleagues, paralegals, and support staff. We owe it to them to add value no matter what. We should also remember that...

Duration:00:09:40

156: Add Value Because It's The Right Thing To Do

7/22/2019
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Chicago attorney Dave Scriven-Young on leadership: Attorneys must add value because it's the right thing to do. As John Maxwell says in his book, Leadershift, we shouldn't add value to others because we want something in return or because we want to recognition. Instead, we add value because we are leaders -- our followers are counting on us to help them. If you need an attorney or want to refer a case, you can contact me at (312) 239-9722 or dscriven-young@pecklaw.com. Check out my...

Duration:00:09:28

155: Be The First To Add Value

7/21/2019
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Chicago attorney Dave Scriven-Young on leadership: Attorneys must be the first to add value to their clients and colleagues. As John Maxwell says in his book, Leadershift, we must be the example of adding value to others early and unprompted. We must remember those who have inspired you in your life. Also, who are you grateful to for being the first to add value in your life? If you need an attorney or want to refer a case, you can contact me at (312) 239-9722 or dscriven-young@pecklaw.com....

Duration:00:08:58

154: Why You Should Add Value As Much As Possible And As Often As Possible

7/20/2019
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Chicago attorney Dave Scriven-Young on leadership: Attorneys add as much value as possible and as often as possible to their clients and colleagues. As John Maxwell says in his book, Leadershift, we must recognize that there is a direct relationship between the value that we add and what we will receive, either from the person we add value to, or from someone else. If you need an attorney or want to refer a case, you can contact me at (312) 239-9722 or dscriven-young@pecklaw.com. Check out...

Duration:00:08:48

153: Start Your Day By Planning To Add Value

7/19/2019
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Chicago attorney Dave Scriven-Young on leadership: Attorneys must plan to add value to their clients and colleagues. This will help change their mindset to provide more value to others than we expect to receive. As John Maxwell says in his book, Leadershift, we must ask: (1) where can I add value today and (2) what additional opportunities to help others will be given to me today? If you need an attorney or want to refer a case, you can contact me at (312) 239-9722 or...

Duration:00:06:26

152: Is It Better To Give Or Receive?

7/18/2019
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Chicago attorney Dave Scriven-Young on leadership: Attorneys need to change their mindset to provide more value to others than we expect to receive. As John Maxwell says in his book, Leadershift, good leaders shift from focusing on themselves to focusing on others. We can begin to make this shift by specifying what our expectations are, help others meet those expectations, and then help them become more. If you need an attorney or want to refer a case, you can contact me at (312) 239-9722...

Duration:00:12:16

151: The Importance of Helping Others to Become Better Every Day

7/17/2019
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Chicago attorney Dave Scriven-Young on leadership: Attorneys need to help others to become better every day. This includes clients, partners, associates, paralegals, and support staff. As John Maxwell says in his book, Leadershift, followers want to know three things about their leaders: (1) that they care about me, (2) that I can trust them, and (3) that they can help me. In this podcast episode, Dave Scriven-Young discusses how this lesson applies to attorneys in any practice setting. If...

Duration:00:10:34

150: How Leaders Can Make Their Team Members Shine

4/5/2019
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This episode discusses how a leader can make a mindset shift to want her team members to shine more than she does. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/attorneydsy/support

Duration:00:12:22

149: Why Leaders Need To Employ Empathy To Ensure Our Team Members Feel Understood

4/1/2019
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This discusses why leaders need to make an effort to ensure that their team members feel that their thoughts, talents, desires, contributions, and journey are understood. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/attorneydsy/support

Duration:00:07:48

148: How To Build A “Completing” Team

3/31/2019
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This episode discusses why, as leaders, we must recognize that cannot do everything alone—we need our team members to lead. It also provides tips on how to build a team in which members complete the team and do not compete with each other. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/attorneydsy/support

Duration:00:11:45

147: Leaders Don’t Leave Their Team Members Behind

3/23/2019
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This episode discusses why it is important for leaders to make sure to share the journey of success with their team members. As John C. Maxwell says, “go slower so you can go farther.” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/attorneydsy/support

Duration:00:10:24

146: Why We Must Change Our Focus & Mindset About The People We Lead

3/23/2019
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This episode discusses why we must change our focus and mindset as leaders. We must change from thinking about how others can help us; instead, we must think about how we can help the people we lead to succeed. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/attorneydsy/support

Duration:00:09:43

145: You Must Change In Order to Adapt to Change - Lawyers Emotional Intelligence Book Club, Session 13

3/21/2019
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This episode features audio from Session 13 of the Lawyers Emotional Intelligence Book Club, where we discussed "Who Moved My Cheese?" The discussion focused on the emotional intelligence skill of accepting that change is just around the corner. In order to accept, adapt to, and embrace change, we must change our ways and mindset. You can join the book club discussion every Wednesday night at 7 pm central at www.facebook.com/LawyersEQ. --- Support this podcast:...

Duration:00:59:53