Now that I’ve been a partner at my firm for a little over a year, I can truly say what a pleasure it has been to advance onto bigger and better things in life, like more billable hours, lots of partner meetings and extra stress. But partnership is not all fun and games — it’s a lot of work, too.

Take wining and dining for example. Before partnership I’d, occasionally, go out to lunch with clients, but it wasn’t until recently that I flew to a client’s Texas office with two other firm partners and took three high-level executives out to dinner. (Picture my wife at home that night with our five kids, eating mac and cheese with hot dog slices.)

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