Using Your Professional Legal Career to Make A Difference

Use your professional legal career to make a positive difference in the lives of people and improve your quality of life personally and financial.

Television journalist Tom Brokaw once said, “It’s easy to make a buck. It’s a lot tougher to make a difference.”

How is your legal career making a difference in the lives of others? Does it allow you to really connect with people and offer them the kind of help that will make their lives better? Many people want work that makes use of their skills and talents, brings them job satisfaction, and makes a difference in the world at the same time.

As a legal services professional, you might consider having your own divorce services business. If you join the Divorce With Dignity Network, you could use your training, skills and talents to help people through difficult times as you guide them through the divorce process with compassion, kindness, and support. Our goal is to provide a holistic approach to divorce for people who want to get through the process as peacefully as possible while retaining their dignity.

Our services include divorce support and facilitation, divorce planning, legal document preparation, and providing referrals for whatever services the client may need to mitigate the negative effects of divorce on her/his family. Such referrals include counselors, mediators, real estate professionals, movers, career counselors, financial advisors, support groups, and more. By joining our Network, you can make a positive difference for people going through a very emotionally trying time.

In a successmagazine.com article (http://www.successmagazine.com/john-c-maxwell-the-two-greatest-days-in-your-life/PARAMS/article/1483/channel/22), John C. Maxwell, an internationally respected leadership expert, speaker, and author says, “Someone once said there are two great days of our lives – the day we are born and the day we discover why.” He advises us to find the path of our highest potential to enjoy personal success and have the ability to benefit others. To do this, we need to discover what our unique gifts and strengths are, combine that with our passion, and develop a plan for continued growth. Settling for “average” will not bring success. “People simply will not pay for average,” Maxwell claims. “So why do so many of us think we can have an average career or an average life and make a difference? Average doesn’t make a difference.”

One way for you to develop an excellent (and not average) legal career is to become part of our Divorce With Dignity Network. We offer personalized training and mentoring to assist our DWD providers stretch to their full capacity in running a successful divorce support business. As you maximize your potential as part of our Network, you have a greater capacity to provide value and benefit to people in need of your services. Contact us to learn more about how you can join us as a peaceful divorce provider.  You really can have a legal career that makes a difference in people’s lives!

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