There is one thing that separates good from great.
All great trial lawyers have it.
“Great trial lawyers did not become great overnight. They are gritty individuals who often lost in their early careers and did not lose sight of the long-term goal of improving and learning from each loss. They were not easily deterred or discouraged by early setbacks and failures. They were willing to travel the long road and exert enormous effort to become great trial lawyers.”
-United States District Judge Mark W. Bennett (Ret.)
Great trial lawyers are “not afraid to die on a treadmill.”
I don’t know where grit comes from, or why some have it and others don’t.
But it’s real.
And it makes a difference (and not just for trial lawyers).
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