Your actions deeply influence how your stakeholders perceive you. Your ongoing success rests on your ability to effectively manage your range of assets and liabilities.

Pivot is widely acknowledged as one of the most over-used and cringe-worthy words of the last 20 months.

ON A.I.R.’s inaugural broadcast series, The Legal Entrepreneur, commences with episode 1: Your Business Plan - Three Guiding Principles.

Risk likelihood is an entrepreneurial lawyer’s occupational hazard. Being grounded enables you to confront and mitigate risk that can prevent you from realizing your goals.

During her interactive one-hour session to the Latin American and Canadian members of the International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC), Debra interlaced key themes requisite for maximizing profitability and personal effectiveness, and provided tips on building relationships and thriving in today’s financial services market.

Leveraging my entrepreneurial spirit, I will apply After It Rains’ expanding suite of Insights to my latest venture, The Entrepreneurial Lawyer.

As counterintuitive as it sounds when you lean into the wind you propel yourself forward.

This 54th episode in the After It Rains blog will provide tips for propelling yourself forward to stay on track.

Debra and her fellow panelists provided practical tips, strategies, and new self-controls that, even during time of stress or crisis, will enable you to be perceived the way you want in your legal practice, and particularly when dealing with those who are key to you achieving your goals.

You want to be perceived as a leading legal authority, effective change agent, and preferred trusted advisor.