What your law firm can learn from the National Championship game tonight. | Real Life Practice. I love Atticus. I love Nora Bergman. Their advice and counsel has helped me a lot. I enjoyed the Atticus seminars, and learned much about time and work management. However, I am what Atticus calls a technician. I don't profit from the work of a lot of other lawyers. I work alone. So, I don't have to have meetings or huddles with myself to decide how the firm is going to go. I like it that way. I hardly ever disagree with myself. And, I don't need a meeting to decide what to do. I get the benefit of huddles for larger organizations. Water cooler meetings have been known to get a lot accomplished. But, count me out. I am a company of one, and I like it that way.