Shifting Your Energy for All Around Success

As lawyers, we tend to rely more on our left-brain — the part of the brain that functions on logic, reasoning and analysis.  In fact, we often tend to approach success from this point of view as well.  


Nilda Carrasquillo, Energy Coach

In tonight’s episode of Esquire Coaching Radio, Energy Coach Nilda M. Carrasquillo, teaches lawyers a new paradigm — work with your energy to achieve all around success. As lawyers learn to better manage their energy levels, they will reduce stress, achieve greater work-life balance, and more effectively build their practice.

Nilda is also an Energy Leadership Index Master Pracitioner and Reiki pracitioner.  For over 20 years she has helped her clients get motivated and take action to achieve success. She uses energetic and innovative techniques to coach and train leaders on skill development and personal and professional transformation. Nilda says, “If you’re missing the WOW factor in your life, then your energy is low and it’s time to fuel up!”

Tune in live at 5:30 pm EST/ 2:30 pm PST or catch the replay:  If you have a question for Nilda, call (347) 838-8719 and press 1 to be entered in the que. 



Business Development Strategies for The Success-Minded Lawyer

If you want to succeed as a lawyer in today’s economy, you have to think about business development.  It’s not enough to just excel at practicing law, you have to know how to bring in business.  Unless you have an MBA, most lawyers don’t naturally know how to build business.

Anson Augustine, Marcum LLP

Anson Augustine, Marcum LLP

In today’s episode, Anson Augustine, from Marcum LLP — one of the largest independent public accounting and advisory services firms in the nation., will share essential business development strategies that all lawyers should cultivate to continuously fill their pipeline. Mr. Augustine is a Director in the New York City office of the Marcum’s Assurance group. He works closely with publicly-traded and privately-held companies in numerous industries providing services related to SEC compliance, as well as M&A and complex accounting and reporting issues.

In addition, Mr. Augustine participates in several of Marcums internal efforts. As a member of the University and Career Development Committees, he helps advance the careers of professional staff through mentoring, organizing training sessions and serving as the lead instructor for a variety of continuing professional education seminars.

Join us today at 5:30 pm EST:

How to Know When It’s Time to Go

Have you lost your passion for working at your current job?  Or have you lost your passion for practicing law altogether?  If so, then you don’t want to miss this episode.  In this episode, attorney, coach and productivity expert Gila Lee Adato, Esq. will walk us through some key questions:
  • how to evaluate when it’s time to leave your current position
  • how to develop a plan of action to support you in making a career transition
  • how to stay productive and stay in action so that you move out of stagnation

Gila Lee Adato, Esq. practiced securities law for the majority of her career, assisting broker-dealers and other financial firms in building and maintaining their legal and compliance departments in-house and on a consulting basis. Determined after almost 13 years to merge her two previously separate worlds, corporate life and her heart centered work and fueled by her passion for personal transformation and giving, Gilatransitioned to a new area of law, assisted reproductive technology (ART). Gila’s unique and diverse experiences include having played an integral part in the building and growth of businesses, both in and out of finance, as well as volunteering with women and their children in battered women’s shelters and teenage inmates at Rikers prison, teaching them success and life skills and allowing them to dream new dreams and see the possibilities of change.

Show is live at 5:30 pm EST/ 2:30 pm PST (or catch the replay through the link below). Call in to speak with the host and guest at (347) 838-8719.