Coming April 9, 2019
Can you win life’s battles without losing yourself?

Hear Them, and Try to Get It Right

A few weeks ago I told you that I was a salad girl when I was young, but I didn't tell you why. The reason I was a salad girl was that I desperately wanted to be a waitress at

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Motion Sparks Motivation

When I was a young associate, I'd often get frustrated with opposing counsel. They wouldn't return my calls about a late expert report, or answer my discovery, or set the case for trial. When I had finally had enough of

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Take Aim Before You Act

Last week we said complaints are a call to action. This week, I want to urge you to be sure you're taking aim before you act. Cross your arms in front of your chest as if you're  impatiently waiting for

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Complaints Are A Call to Action

I used to hate complaints. When I was young, my first job was as a salad girl, and if someone said I cut the onions too slow, or didn't clean the lobster out of the shell enough, I took it to

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