What is the greatest success you’ve had since joining LWP?
How can you can measure the greatest when there are so many. We decided as a team that by implementing the LWP systems and processes, we have grown as a firm and a team in ways that never would have been possible without LWP. We didn’t know what we didn’t know! The firm retreats are great for giving us focus and making us accountable to making Deliberato Law Center a superstar!
ActionStep, although it was a rough start, it is a great tool for all we do.
How has being part of LWP impacted your team and your practice?
Having Molly as our team coach has been integral to organizing out team and making sure the right butts are in the right seats.
Share something about yourself that most people don’t know about you.
I used to be a radio DJ and was the front man of a band.
What is your favorite book and how did it impact your life?
So many to choose from. How about one you probably haven’t read. "Cancer on $5 Per Day (chemo not included)" by Robert Schimmel. Robert is a comedian who received a diagnosis and gives an honest and raunchy account of what he went through. Not much in life is really worth getting upset over. Robert’s account on his tragedy is not only hilarious but really made me reconsider my outlook on what is important. I know many of you have heard me say it, but everything in my life is now based on whether it occurred before or after my diagnosis. I was given a new start in life and have taken advantage of it. Definitely not an intellectual read, but good for a good belly laugh.