SOMETIMES YOU NEED A NAP 150 150 Lauren Ellerman

My one year old niece gets grumpy, and everyone says they see a nap in her immediate future. Getting some rest, taking a breather is a good way to avoid melt down.

Were you tempted to tell you boss to go fly a kite this week? That the clients love you more and you are going to take all of his customers and beat him all the way to the bank?
Were you considering a grand exit where you left and worked for a customer thereby making your boss’ company obsolete to a small extent?
Or worse? Just leave and everyone will stop doing business with that duface?
I would suggest the one year old approach of stepping bank, taking a break, maybe a nap. During this rest I recommend you have an attorney discuss your options with you. And then, when you feel ready to make a change, it will be better planned, less emotional and less likely to lead to the Court house.
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Lauren Ellerman

In 2011, Lauren Ellerman was named "Young Lawyer of the Year" by the Roanoke Bar Association for her work in the community. To speak with Lauren about your personal injury case, contact her at

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