Happy in law?Finding your legal niche
by: Sheryl A, Odentz, Progress in Work LLC
Are you happy at your law firm? After spending years dreaming of becoming a lawyer and a small fortune earning the credential needed to count yourself as one, are you fulfilled? Is it what you always dreamed it would be?
For many of you, the answer might very well be yes. If that's the case, stop reading now. The information below might not be for you.
But if you are among those who wake up in the morning dreading the day and wondering what happened along the way to make you unhappy in law, don't despair. All is not lost.
True, after careful examination you may very well find that you should have been a doctor, marketing professional, or banker after all. However, for those of you who are still scratching their heads and wondering what that feeling of unease is inside, take a moment to use your considerable problem solving skills to uncover what exactly is fueling that unease.
Is it the dynamics of your firm that's getting you down? Could it be the people you are associating with at work? Are you fulfilled in the area of expertise that you've fallen into either by design or by assignment? Would you be happier in a different setting? Let's take a look. More
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