Respect your elders. You are headed their way, and you will want to be respected.
This is an important message for me today as I spend time in my hometown with my aged mother. She is a real survivor, and I hope that I can be as strong and independent at her ripe old age (she will not allow me to share the details!). You go, Mom!
AND Happy Halloween!
TGIF—To Give Is Fundamental. Not what you were expecting?
Think about it. Give of yourself, your time and your talents, and you will reap many benefits. Start today!
My last post included the first five Tips for Women in Law from Claudette Christian, Co-Chair of Hogan Lovells, the international mega firm. Here are the final five tips. CONTINUE READING >
What is your Bucket List for the end of 2011? Do not wait for your New Year’s Resolutions. Get started today!
Claudette Christian knows what it takes to succeed in business. She is the Co-Chair of the Board at Hogan Lovells. I am sure you are familiar with this Big Law global practice.
Christian has devoted her life to leadership, diversity and inclusion, as reported in Forbes on line in the October 17th edition. Here are her 10 tips for women in business, and they are so close to what I write about, that it is not only helpful for you but validating for me. Claudette Christian is a giant in our business, and I am happy that the two of us are singing off the same song sheet. CONTINUE READING >
You need positive attitude to gain positive altitude. Aim for it!
Stay busy and focused. Idle minds are unproductive.
Today Best Friends at the Bar had touchdown—not on the moon, but close. Let me tell you about it and why it was so important.
I was on a panel sponsored by the American Bar Association Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section today. The conference is held anually in Washington, DC and is attended by attorneys in the aviation and space law practices. This year’s panel was designed around the Best Friends at the Bar project, and other panelists were women aviation lawyers in both the private and public sector. The moderator was a well-known aviation litigator, and the subject of the panel was “Why it is Good Business for Law Firms to Retain Women Lawyers.” It was a great success, and here is why. CONTINUE READING >