5 Pillars of Power Planning


To accomplish things we have never achieved before we need to do things we have never done before.  What are you going to do to make 2010 brilliant?

Looking forward to 2010 I am amazed at the crazy twists and turns my life has taken over the last year.  Back in March I left a comfortable job as a corporate lawyer to face the unknown challenges of being an entrepreneur.  (in full disclosure I was let go by the firm because there wasn’t enough work, and although I had two other offers for jobs, I turned those down to do my own thing) It turned out to be the best decision I could have made. In less than 10 months I have been able to get my first book published, build a thriving consulting business, and garner some pretty great press as I was quoted by Entrepreneur.com, Fast Company Magazine, MSNBC.com, and the Wall Street Journal.

I didn’t get their on my own though.  I had some help from some amazing mentors and coaches.  They weren’t cheap, but the concepts they taught me have transformed me and the way I think about business.

Gathering some of the best of what I have learned from this last year, I have put together this call as a thanks to all those who have read my blog, retweeted my posts, and commented along the way.  In this call I share 5 incredible planning principles that have changed the way I do business.

The conference call is less than 23 minutes long.  I hope you enjoy it, and I especially hope you have a Merry Christmas!

Adrian Dayton is a New York attorney that puts on free conference calls on Friday mornings at 10:00 AM EST throughout the year.  Click here to join his calls in 2010.  For a free chapter of his book Social Media for Lawyers: Twitter Edition CLICK HERE.


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5 Responses to “5 Pillars of Power Planning”

  1. Rachel says:

    I would like to listen to this, but it says “file not found” when I hit the play button.

  2. Rachel says:

    Great info, Adrian!


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