A recent post by Reid Trautz talks about burn out, and what to do about it. He suggests ways to reenergize yourself if you are bored with your law practice. He also warns of the dangers of your boredom turning to carelessness. Enough said.
Reid suggests four aspects of a lawyer’s practice that can be changed to relieve the sense of boredom:
*practice setting,
*practice area,
*clients, and
*lawyer’s attitude.

The middle two can be accomplished through marketing. As I addressed in an earlier post lawyers should focus their marketing on doing the work they enjoy for the clients they enjoy doing it for. It takes work, but if you find you are becoming bored with your practice area and clients, you might want to change your marketing objectives.