48 Years As A Solo Come To A Close
"If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life."
That's the standard that Sauk Center, Minnesota attorney John Mayer has lived by throughout his 48 year career as a solo, which will now come to a close with his retirement, according to this profile from the Sauk Herald (11/21/06). Articles like this make me wonder where I'll be in 30 years (I've already been practicing 18) and what kind of career I'll look back on.
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