Niren and Associates Featured in May 2013 Top Choice Magazine
Niren and Associates have been featured in the Top Choice Magazine in an article called Challenging Change: Facing the Fear of Changing Your Career Path.
The article is available at the Top Choice Magazine website. Niren and Associates have also won Top Choice Awards for 2010, 2011 and 2012 with another nomination for 2013.
The article discusses Michael Niren’s choice to move from being a philosophy major to deciding to move into immigration law with his own business.
Changing career paths: Immigration lawyer Michael Niren talks
Are you currently a student contemplating a change of majors, or someone who is thinking of changing careers? Check out the article, and don’t fear change.
“If you experience a career change and you are currently striving to start your own business or better yet “call your own shots”, it is important to realize that “easy” and “simple” are not words you will often use or hear. We all go through struggles while chasing our dreams. A few bumps in the road are always welcomed… well maybe not welcomed, but definitely present! “The biggest challenge for me,” Michael states, “Was one I would imagine all small business owners experience; trying to get clients, paying your expenses and worrying endlessly about whether you will make it. Sometimes the temptation to give up was overwhelming. I am happy I didn’t succumb.’”
Read more here.
About Michael Niren
Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more
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