After 25 years of practising law, the goal of many attorneys is to add fun, excitement and fulfilment to their lives. The author has been practising law in Chicago for over 30 years and has been involved in life-coaching for the last 12 years. Attorneys spend almost 25 years going to school and another 25 years building a law practice and raising a family. Once over the age of 50, we notice a rapidly shrinking window of youth. Time determines the quantity of our remaining years, but we have earned the right to determine the "quality" of those years. The fundamental issue is whether to wait for retirement or take action now while we are still young. This book describes how utilising the techniques and methods of executive life-coaching can facilitate the process of maximising the remaining years of our youth. The author decided to bring this concept to the growing number of over 50 attorneys to make the process faster, easier, and more likely to succeed.
Practicing law in Chicago for over 30 years, the son, grandson, nephew and cousin of attorneys, 12 years ago the Robert Barasa became involved in life-coaching. Now, he specializes as a professional executive life-coach for the attorney over the age of 50 as a way of facilitating "inspiration" in the legal profession.