Between 1979 and 1995, I tried to make the practice of law work for me on three different continents, in different-sized law firms, but I still felt as if I were in jail doing a life sentence. I made a lot of money, but I spent a lot of money too -- to compensate for the fact I never had enough time to relax and catch up with myself. I was burned out and miserable, but I kept going because I didn't know for sure there was another path.
It took me several years to disengage myself from the money, prestige, and identity of myself as a lawyer. Not to mention the thoughts of how "risky" it would be to quit, and how I would be just "throwing away" all the money, time, and effort I had put into the law at that point.
I know first-hand how you can be constantly too busy with the day-to-day demands of a professional practice to think through what YOU really want from life, and how to get it.
I want to use my struggle with the realities of practicing law and my subsequent career in adult education to help you avoid some of the darker moments of the decision-making process, and of the transition to a different life. I can help you decide more quickly, and with greater confidence whether you want to stay in your current profession. If it's time for a change, I can guide you out of your current profession and into a better direction for your life -- a direction based on your own choices and values.
You don't have to face life's big decisions alone -- let me help you blaze a new path.