Alyson Carrel (law professor at Northwestern) is hosting an ADR as 1st Career Video Blog. The blog showcases and celebrates individuals who chose ADR as their first or very early career. As most of us know, there are many lawyers who insist that you must pay your dues by litigating or doing a more "traditional" practice before you can strike out in ADR or something different.
It so happens that the current post is mine, but I'm in good company of a couple of dozen more.
Often called ‘the father of modern yoga,’ BKS Iyengar wrote that enjoyment comes through awareness of all of one’s senses. This quick guided meditation over a cuppa coffee will hopefully help you to experience what Iyengar was talking about. In so doing, hopefully it will also bring you an experience of peace and quiet as you start your day…
I’m a child of the ’80s. Last week I attended the NCAA party at a deal and money group’s offices, and was delighted to find that one partner had vintage Elvis Costello, The Clash, U2 and Velvet Underground album covers framed on his wall. I was always a Costello fan. That’s my kind of “deal maker.”
I’ve been doing a lot of business reading recently, and a popular theme for women in business is that “Women Don’t Ask.” We don’t ask for the job we want or the corner office or the whatnot.
This Saturday, March 28, 2015, I, and over twenty authors, will be at the Plymouth District Library Local Author Fair.
Plymouth District Library
223 South Main
Plymouth, MI 48170
1PM – 3PM
MORE INFO HERE