All of us have a calling in life, but it can be difficult, even discouraging, to discover it. Join host Richard Dahlstrom as he discusses the vital subject of "calling" with the AV Preeminent Lawyer and founder of Agros International Chi-Dooh "Skip" Li. Early in his career, Skip was deeply involved in politics, and from 1973 to 1976 served as legal counsel to Washington Governor Dan Evans. After that experience, Skip returned to Seattle, WA, and founded the ELM Law Firm in January 1977, intent on building a first-class law firm made up of men and women who cared deeply about clients, each other, and their city. Li also founded Agros International in 1984 to help break the cycle of poverty and create paths to prosperity for farming families in rural Latin America. You can find out more about Agros at agros.org.