Jan. 13th, 2011


Jan. 13th, 2011 10:21 am
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'What am I going to do with my life' is a question that has been on my mind a lot lately. I feel like I have to choose between growing my home life and growing my career. Both require a great deal of attention and I find myself cycling between the two. This is not sustainable. The other option is change my career in some way to something less demanding. I don't know if this means working for someone else or finding something outside of law entirely. I've been having a lot of conversations about it lately. I think for sure, I need to give up litigation. It's sad, because I am a fantastic litigator. However, trying to do it without a crackerjack staff trained specially in litigation is really difficult. Our staff is fantastic, but they are not litigators. I am likely going to be moving entirely into entity formation/management, and other transactional things. I am also very interested in the mobile food movement and continue to try and make a niche for myself there.

The other day I saw something about not looking at all the reasons something can't work out, but looking at the one reason it can, and focusing on that.

This morning I registered Clubhouseofjustice.com, and am pretty excited about that. I think, since I came up with it, I should get the title "Chief Justice", but Al is not so keen. She is suggesting co-Justices, which I think is fair. I may have named the Clubhouse but Al pioneered what was here for me to name. As an alternative, I am thinking of naming myself "Administrix", since I am going to be handling the domain, social networking, etc. I'm still mulling this over. Whatever title I end up with, I feel strongly it should end with "trix".

I may also learn computer programming just for the hell of it. I think I would actually be pretty good at it.

Oh, and tax law.


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