“I don’t think I’m the best. I just try to do things that other people think are impossible”

March 22, 2011 § Leave a comment

As the Brazilian fighter Anderson Silva says above, it’s not just what you think about yourself. It’s a healthy approach to anything you do. I try to instill this in the people who work at my firm. I’ve certainly learned a lot from all of them, too.

We have three law students with us right now and they are all great. One of them noticed a small but incredibly important legal issue in a federal appeal that we are doing. That issue might be crucial in winning the case.

Anybody can be the best. But to try to do the impossible, that’s an even more impressive goal.

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