1. Being proactive makes your life less stressful, because you have a daily plan of alcohol testing, AA meetings, counseling sessions, community engagement, and other positive steps. It's like being on a daily workout plan.
2. You'll sleep better at night knowing that you spent 24 hours helping your case, and tomorrow is another day of positive steps in the right direction.
3. Your family and friends will see positive changes in your life. Many clients have more energy, focus and drive when following a proactive plan.
4. Achieving your goals as easier to handle day by day vs viewing the case as beginning and end. There are steps in the middle, which 99 percent of the population ignores.
5. You'll be more confident walking into the court for the first time. It's like preparing for an exam or a performance vs just showing up and winging it. Which sounds like a better approach?
6. If placed on probation, it's going to be a lot easier to succeed, because you've been on a similar plan even before going to court. You will be able to do many of the steps on your own terms, and be further ahead that others with a clear path to the finish line.
7. You won't need to use your GPS to get back on track. Imagine you're looking for a restaurant or a store, and you take a wrong turn and end up back on the freeway. You now need to go 2 miles to get off, and come back another 2 miles. Being proactive means making a quick u-turn and getting back on track without the frustration
8. You will save money and a lot of time. If a judge rewards you by making your terms and length of probation shorter, you save a lot of money. Pretty simple.
9. You will feel purpose in the case. You wish you could go back in time and make this go away, but that's not possible. Embrace it; this happened for a reason. It has a purpose. This is manageable; get over the anger, sadness and disappointment in yourself, and realize this happened for a reason; find the good in it.
10. I'll save this one for when you contact me ...
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