Solo and Small Firm

The Practitioner Spring 2016, Volume 22, Issue 2

COACH’S CORNER Don’t Retire, Don’t Quit, Don’t Be Unhappy: Morph

By Eleanor Southers

Eleanor Southers is a Professional Legal Coach who helps attorneys at all stages of their careers to become more successful and contented. Working one on one, Ms. Southers guides attorneys to uncover and fulfill their goals. She can be reached at esouthers@aol.com or her website: www.southerslaw.net.

The meaning of "to morph" is derived from the word "metamorphosis," which The Merriam-Webster Dictionary 2016 defines as "a change of form". Yes, that awful word: CHANGE. Not only are taxes and death a certainty of life, so is change. In the modern legal profession, this is particularly true. It is not something to be afraid of but rather something to embrace, for morphing your legal career can lead to a wonderful rewarding professional life.

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