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Staying the Course When You Decide To Go Solo

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When you first commit to the whole concept of entrepreneurship, starting a solo practice, you are simultaneously ecstatic and frantic and giddy and fretful.  Once the decision is made, though, it seems you can't get started soon enough.  You want to realize your dreams of self-employment, the autonomy, and the flexibility.

 

However, once the euphoria fades, how do you stay the course and realize your dreams? Learn some tips and tricks to help you navigate the dips and valleys known as solo practice which will be an eventuality for the majority of lawyers at some point in their professional lives.

 

Susan Cartier Liebel is the Founder and CEO of Solo Practice University® (solopracticeuniversity.com), the only online educational and professional networking community for lawyers and law students who want to create and grow their solo or small firm practices.

 

Susan is a coach/consultant for solos, entrepreneur mentor for LawWithoutWalls.org, member of the advisory board for the innovative Suffolk School of Law - Institute on Law Practice Technology and Innovation, an attorney who started her own practice right out of law school, adjunct professor at Quinnipiac University School of Law for eight years teaching law students how to open their own practices, frequent speaker, and columnist for LawyersUSA Weekly, Connecticut Law Tribune, The Complete Lawyer, and Law.com. She's contributed to numerous legal publications and books offering both practical knowledge and inspiration.

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