LEARN WITH A LAWYER - DON'T MISTAKE ACTIVITY FOR PROGRESS!
Don’t mistake activity for progress. Activity is just doing things, progress is advancing a cause, advancing a situation, advancing a position. Don’t mistake someone that is just doing things for someone who is advancing a certain position. This happens all the time in the legal community you see one lawyer working tirelessly, sending out documents, reviewing documents, looking at videos, sending out subpoenas, all these different things. Then you must sit down and evaluate whether those things are even necessary. Just because someone is doing something doesn’t mean they are making progress on a case. This is also apparent outside of the legal profession, just because you see someone doing a lot of things, or going a lot of places, or what is perceived to be work, doesn’t mean they are actually do anything to advance the cause. You need to be able to determine the difference between the two.