Throughout my WILL journey I have sometimes worried that people will think I’m an ambulance chaser.
My dad was a criminal defense attorney, and calling someone an “ambulance chaser” or a “frustrated lawyer” were two of the worst insults he could lay at someone.
Some may think that of me.
But I’ve decided I don’t give a shit.
I’m not here for them. I’m here for you.
If you know my story, I saw my dad‘s demise, physically, mentally, financially and emotionally due to his losing his way as a lawyer.
I believe his work corrupted his soul.
Of course that’s not true for all lawyers, but I think for the women I am here to serve, on some level there is a soul corruption.
It eats away at them.
The negative impact on their relationships.
When they snap at their kids.
Are short tempered with their husband and haven’t been intimate in months.
Feeling chained to the computer.
It takes a toll.
So what’s it costing you?
Then… what do you stand to gain by changing this?
“It would be huge. It would be everything!”
This is what women say when on a consultation and we envision their future. They begin to feel into the results of…
… walking out of (big) law without burning bridges
…knowing what else they could do, finding that right fit job that ticks all the boxes
…calm, present and connected at a family event. Not tucked away in another room on the phone. Catching up for real.
What’s that worth to you?
To me, my work is my highest calling.
My kids are pretty fully baked. One is on his way to college and the other is on the runway.
If you are reading this, I am evidence that we can overcome the noise in our heads.
I’m not chasing ambulances, I’m saving lives.
Want yours to be next?