Practicing Productivity

Enjoying February can really be difficult. The holidays are long over, New Year's resolutions have lost their novelty, and for most of the country, temperatures have dropped far below freezing--leaving many of us with a serious case of cabin fever. Sure, there are a few excuses to celebrate: Valentine's Day is usually the first to come to mind--but that one just leaves a lot of people depressed over having to share it with the wrong person or not having someone to share it with at all. The month's second-most popular holiday has otherwise educated--or at least sane--people putting full faith in Punxsutawney Phil to enlighten us on how much longer we must endure the frigid weather.

With Groundhog Day and Valentine's Day serving as highlights, most of us are thankful that February is the shortest month of the year. But with its few distractions, it does offer time to be productive. Whether it's focusing on building a stronger legal department or making a move to advance your career, now may be a good time to put into action some of the things you want to accomplish going forward. And InsideCounsel can help.


Cathleen Flahardy

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