"By far the greatest prize life has to offer is the opportunity to work hard at work worth doing." - Theodore Roosevelt
I held fast to this quote for 13 years before building up the foundation and the courage to shed the velvet handcuffs of traditional law firm life and start my own company. I teach entrepreneurship to law students and lawyers so that you can find your particular "work worth doing," however you choose to define it.
Entrepreneurship does not have to mean starting your own company, lawyers can also be entrepreneurial within the structure of their law firm. But in order to achieve their professional goals, attorneys must figure out how to differentiate themselves and generate their own business.
Our initial career counseling session must be in-person at our main office in Bordentown, NJ. I'm happy to SKYPE or talk by phone after that, but there's no substitute for an initial in-person meeting.