Yes, of course. So it can, being an attorney and traditional law practice is excellent for entrepreneurship. Some aspects make a traditional attorney, an attorney, a lousy entrepreneur. The thinking process that an attorney gets to become an attorney is incredible, like you learn to critique arguments.
You learn to separate fact from fiction. You learn to cut through the nonsense and get to the heart of a matter, all these sorts of things. You learn to argue; you learn to stick, stick up for yourself. You learn not to be a million different. You look. Learn to write you. Wow. Like you, of course, being an attorney is incredible.
Like if you learn to document transactions and a lot of natural, you learn many things that are good for entrepreneurship. Of course, these are all great things. It's just, you know, what motivates your heart? Where's your heart when you're trying to become an attorney? Where are you coming from?
And that I think is the most important. Is your heart really in what you're trying to do?