Here at Reynolds Defense Firm, we’re pretty lucky to have such an amazing team of folks working together to support our clients. ‘Solid’ is the word we use for those people you can trust under just about any circumstance, and that standard is what we use to describe the entire RDF Team. Every person here at Reynolds Defense Firm is an “A” player and we each understand that our individual role is essential to the overall success of our team. We’d like to focus some time highlighting our team members and offering an inside look to the culture and community that make up Reynolds Defense Firm. This month, we shine the spotlight on Emma!
Believe it or not, Emma actually found RDF through our Instagram account! She loved our focus on helping the person rather than just resolving the legal case – and she loved the RDF pet photos! While Emma was saddened when she learned that the RDF pets don’t actually live in the office, she is grateful to have found a team that values one another and is truly passionate about what they do – helping good people. Emma joined our team in December of 2018 and since then we have learned some pretty cool things about her – some of which we’ll share below:
When people come to you for help, what do they usually want help with?
Can you share your thoughts about Window of Clarity?
I think it is an incredible program. Anything to that gets people to look at life as something to value and care for, is wonderful. I like being able to say that we really do care about the human, not just the DUI case.
Name some small things that make your day better?
“Terrible” jokes from my kids, funny/goofy things from my friends and my morning cup of coffee ritual – I sit for an hour with a lit candle, just taking in the morning.
What book impacted you the most?
The Simple Living Guide, by Janet Luhrs. Its about realizing that everything you invest in is time from your life. It makes you question whether or not you really need a certain thing if you have to work a ton of extra hours to get it and live outside of your means in order to afford it.
Do you have a specific question you like to ask to find out the most about a person?
What makes your eyes sparkle? What makes you, you? I don’t like to ask people what they do for a living. When you ask them to explain what they’re passionate about, they come to life.
What stat for your life would you most like to see?
How many times I’ve changed my mind – ha!