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Could you be unemployable? It’s up to you.

Posted in Coaching for lawyers, Guest blogger

Introducing Ron Peterson, a guest author.  To learn more about Ron, scroll to the end of his post. Lawyers will often carry Phi-Beta Kappa keys, law review credentials, marquee college and law school degrees, and—after a few years of diligent and conscientious practice—a growing realization that they may be unemployable! How can this be? Throughout… Continue Reading

Two Heavy-Duty Partners in Relationship

Posted in Dual-career couples, Guest blogger, Musings

So, Bill Clinton will be fast and furious on the campaign trail supporting Hillary’s bid for the Presidency. Good news or bad news? In 2004, Howard Dean’s spouse, Judith Steinberg Dean, stayed more “stage right” and was seen infrequently. Good news or bad news? The question that surfaces is this: Can two full-time, fully-engaged-in-a-professional-life partners… Continue Reading

Vacation; ABA meeting; Introducing guest blogger Peter Vajda

Posted in Guest blogger, Work/life balance

“Vacation used to be a luxury, however, in today’s world, it has become a necessity.”  Unknown “Vacation is what you take when you can’t take what you’ve been taking any longer.” Unknown “Isn’t it interesting that people feel best about themselves right before they go on vacation? They’ve cleared up all of their to-do piles,… Continue Reading