So I got a business card for a law student from a fellow grad student who was my friend. I didn’t make a big deal out of it, and neither did the student. I’m sure if I were a lawyer, I’d have a business card of my own, but I don’t have a law degree and it’s not like I’m writing a business plan.
Actually, most lawyers have a business card, and many of the people I see in the legal profession are in the same boat. If it is even possible to write a business plan, then lawyers have a business plan, and if they are trying to take it down, they may do so.
After a while most of the work I put into my business plan is done, and I am now not thinking about it.
I know it sounds weird, but in my opinion, the legal profession is the only profession that is really the same all the time. If you have a business plan, and you feel like you have a clear direction of what you want to call your business, and you have some sort of plan to get there, then you have a business plan. You dont need a degree.
Because the Law class in law doesn’t make a law student business card, that’s where they get their hands on your cards. All of a sudden, you don’t have to worry about the money. There just is a bunch of people that are giving you money, but instead of buying the card, you have to know the details of the business plan they want to build.
Like I said above, if you have a clear direction of what you want to call your business, then you have some sort of plan to get there, and you have some sort of plan to get there. Because the Law class in law doesnt make a law student business card, thats where they get their hands on your cards. All of a sudden, you dont have to worry about the money.
I don’t like the fact that law students have to worry about money. Not because I think they should be poor, but because I think they should be worried about money. But the fact is that law students arent really supposed to be making a living off of their brains. And if you want a law student to be making a living off of his brain, you need to put him in a business where he can make a more than minimal living.
The only type of business that will allow law students to make an immediate living is software, so if you want a law student to be making a living off of his brain, you should make him work in a software company.
Although it’s not stated in the trailer, I’m pretty sure the business is a restaurant. But why stop there? Why not get him to work in a restaurant where he makes a more than minimal living? Why not work for a restaurant that makes so much cash that it’s not even listed on his expense forms? A restaurant that’s a small town restaurant? I know a restaurant that makes $25K a year that’s so small it’s not even listed on the expense forms.