Those who know me know I love sports. So, it should come as no surprise that I follow sports-related teams, figures and organizations on social media. About twice a year, I run across a list targeted at young would-be athletes of things that require “zero talent” — things like attitude, work ethic and being coachable. When the list popped up again recently, many of the factors struck me as appropriate for lawyers who would like to be rainmakers but claim they are not “natural
Self-publishing isn’t “self” publishing. Sure, it’s true that with the advent of digital technology, publishing a book is now easier and quicker than ever, and not nearly as intimidating. But it takes a team of professionals to publish a quality literary work. Is it possible to learn the technical aspects of designing a template, setting the styles and uploading the finished product to an online store? Sure! Does Amazon make the technical side of self-publishing seem easy? Ce
Facebook has introduced yet another set of changes in the wake of a scandal caused by charges that Cambridge Analytica misused Facebook user data. In a blog post Friday, Facebook executives Rob Goldman and Alex Himel announced several changes and features they said would make advertisements and Pages more transparent.
The changes include required authorization and labeling of political and “issue” ads, and manager verification for large Pages. The company will also roll out