Life Lessons from a Laid-Off Lawyer

by SixFigureStart | December 02, 2009

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Earlier this year, just out of knee surgery, with a wife in school and just a few thousand dollars in the bank, David Koller got a boot in the ass.That night, the Philadelphia lawyer asked himself the kinds of questions that (we’ve learned) bubble up after you’ve been forced out of a job: Was he happy? Did he really see himself choosing the traditional company for the long term? Was what seemed so impressive to other people — a good salary, a respectable law firm — actually satisfying? [Read more]

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