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« Small Firm Business - Growing a Solo Practice: Settling Into the New Office | Main

August 25, 2011


Tracy Pierre

I think we have a lot in common, especially after reading number 5. Just change baseball to basketball. I don't like getting disturbed too much either. I also pursue a solo practice, so high five for that!

Zachary Shepherd

My childhood friend is also a solo practitioner. She told me that it's less stressful than working in a law firm. She's also learning how to do multitasking, like watching a chick flick while finishing her documents for the next day's hearing.

Mike Clark

The most convenient thing with going solo is the time you can have for yourself without being pressured to share with others. Isn't it irritating sometimes to share and wait for your turn at an elevator or at the cafeteria?

Marlin Sayle

Well… I still stick with the saying, "No man is an island." But it depends on the certain circumstances of people, of course. We all have something we wanna do, and I think that's the sense why the term "solo practitioner" exists.

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