One of my new projects . . .

I’m bound for the Big Easy today for the ABA Litigation Section’s Annual Conference. Beyond the sheer fun of New Orleans, excellent MCLE, and networking with hundreds of trial lawyers from around the country, I am excited to attend the pre-conference training being put on by the Section’s Children’s...



Millennials — The Best of Times

Has there ever been a generation as stereotyped in the workplace as the Millenials?  They’ve come of their “professional age” during the Great Recession, which would be tough enough, but they are then typecast as spoiled, entitled, the Trophy kids, you name it.  I think everyone has something to...



Accomplishing A Goal!

I’m happy to share the news that I achieved a personal goal last week – to summit one of Colorado’s 54 “14ers” (mountains that exceed 14,000 feet in elevation).  We’re drawing to the end of our first summer here in Colorado, and I wanted to bag my first 14er...



3 Ways A Successful Remodel Is Like A Successful Business Plan

I’ve been busy with a major remodel of late, which is now happily finished to our great satisfaction.  The successful conclusion has gotten me thinking about what went well with the project.  While I’m glad I didn’t keep track of how many hours I spent on this project, in...



Why Matters

I’ve been talking with a wide variety of attorneys lately about their career goals.  Most can clearly articulate what mileposts they are pointing toward in their careers — grow my book of business, become a partner at my firm, advance to a leadership role — but several are stumped...



5 Tips For Time Management

Wondering what you can do to get more done in less time, with a lower stress level?  I have some recent experience with this, having taken on several new projects at work this year, while planning and overseeing a major home remodel, my first (and hopefully last) ever.  I...



Happy New Year

While December 31st is just one day on the calendar, technically no different from any other, I still look at it as a special transition.  A new year is ahead, filled with opportunity and promise.  I made several big changes this year to come closer to living my dream,...



Sponsors Matter

I found Sylvia Ann Hewlett’s recent article on sponsorship in the New York Times interesting, but missing the last piece of the puzzle.   As I’ve written and talked about, sponsors are distinct from mentors, and critical for career advancement, especially for women and minorities.  It’s harder to find...



Strategic Planning at the ABA Litigation Section Conference

I spent the morning yesterday working with a group of ABA Litigation Section volunteers in Chicago, thinking about how we can take one of our favorite programs, the ABA’s Judicial Intern Opportunity Program, to the next level.  For more than 10 years we’ve been recruiting and screening applicants from...



CROP Hunger Walks This Weekend, Coming to a Town Near You

I had the privilege of meeting Maurice Bloem Tuesday night.  Maurice is the executive vice president of Church World Service, a cooperative ministry of 37 Christian communions born in the aftermath of World War II, working together to eradicate hunger and poverty and promote peace and justice among the...



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