Have you ever gotten to the point in your career where you felt like it was time for a change? Maybe you wanted to switch firms, launch your own practice, start a new a business, go in-house, or even go into academia.
It may seem nonsensical to change the course of your career, particularly after you have achieved some level of success. However, making changes–even after decades of practicing–can lead to a greater sense of satisfaction and have the collateral consequence of increasing your earnings.
This was the case for Eric Hertz, who after decades of launching and sustaining a successful and lucrative personal injury practice, decided to completely change the focus of his practice. Eric not only increased the overall revenue of his firm, but he also has realized a greater satisfaction with the work that he is doing protecting the rights of the elderly and disabled with his nursing home practice.
You can hear more about Eric’s experience at Southern Lawyer Media.