Starting a company isn’t easy. Starting two at once is hard. I’m in the process of constructing a firm as I build a practice. Time and energy are in short supply. My days are spent in court, traveling to meet with clients, meeting with contractors, contacting vendors, working on files, networking, and assembling chairs. That’s just the work side of the equation.
At home I have a wife and two year old daughter. They mean the world to me. Time with them is important. There will come a time when my daughter does not want me to read her “Green Eggs and Ham”. I can’t let these moments pass. There’s also laundry to be folded and dryers to be fixed.
On New Years Eve 2011, my Facebook status was simply: 3:59:59. Running the 2012 Hartford Marathon in under 4 hours was my resolution. That was before Freed McKeen. That was before buying an office. That was 10 months ago. That feels like a lifetime ago.
The 2012 Hartford Marathon is less than 3 weeks from today.
On Saturday morning, I almost quit. Click here to continue reading.
Attorney McKeen devotes a significant portion of his practice to litigation including representing injured pedestrians, runners, and cyclists.