Monthly Archives: January 2012

Working Smart: “No answer” not enough

  Clients solve their easy problems and pay their lawyers to solve tough ones. With life, liberty and/or property on the line, telling a client that there is no answer to her problem is not an option. She certainly won’t pay … Continue reading

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10 tips for daily painters, job seekers & career changers

7 Hippos Marching began my 2012 Image-a-day Project Whether you are a daily painter, a job seeker, career changer or someone trying to write a novel while managing job and career, these 10 tips will help keep you on track. … Continue reading

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Legal Project Management :: Lawyer Marketing Legal Marketing Blog: Another Reason Partners Should Learn About Legal Project Management

Thank you, Tom Kane, for an excellent post. Take one more step:  legal project management is not just for partners. It is one of many best business practices that all lawyers must learn if they expect to function effectively. Whether … Continue reading

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How is Professionalism like an Elephant?

Several cultures and many disciplines claim the story of six blind men describing an elephant based on the body part each holds, arguing about their observations, and being led by a wise person to a peaceful conclusion of their disagreements. … Continue reading

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