Law school is a great place to learn about the mechanics of law, but it pays scant attention to the dynamics of working with people. As my law career progressed, I found I needed more than legal skills. I needed people skills. To succeed, I needed to understand motivations and hidden agendas. I had to uncover what people really want – which is not always what they say they want. Through exploration, I discovered how people’s patterns worked and used this knowledge to successfully navigate complex situations and prosper financially. Now I mentor others to do the same.