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How is divorcing your spouse similar to leaving your employer? As it turns out, they have a lot in common.
Stephen Seckler recently spoke with Attorney Hindell Gross about the challenges of leaving a job and how it is like leaving a marriage.  He makes recommendations for anyone who is unhappy in their job (including how to leave gracefully if

On Tuesday night, I met a friend at Logan Airport in Boston. He was passing through Boston on his way from the Middle East to Philadelphia and I thought it would be nice to meet him for a quick dinner. I  arrived early at the airport, and then discovered that he was stuck on the tarmac; so I began looking for the cell

The other day, I was doing a Peloton work out. For those of you who are unfamiliar, Peloton is a great way to have a guided workout without having to show up in person for a class.
The instructors set the pace, make suggestions, and push you to be the best “you”. At times, it can feel a little annoying

I hired my first business coach over twenty years ago.  At that time, I was just beginning to understand the power of coaching in a business context.
I have always appreciated how a coach can help elevate athletic performance.  As it turns out, a coach can also help lawyers to develop their marketing and leadership skills. A coach can help

It has been a few months since the Wordle fad took over my life (and since the NY Times paid a lot of money for it!)  I continue to enjoy the game and anyone on Facebook should at least be familiar with it because people were frequently posting their scores when it first became popular.
While Wordle is now simply

Monetizing Your Children and Pets to Grow Your Law PracticeBy Stephen E. Seckler
No, we’re not suggesting that the only reason to attend your kids’ recitals or go to the dog park is to pitch your services. But don’t miss the chance to talk with the other parents (of the kids or of the dogs). (4 minutes to

I’m on day 3 of a mild case of COVID.  For a few days, I felt achy, spiked a fever, and had a dry cough.  But it was nothing life threatening. I had already had my booster shot, and I was lucky enough to get a prescription for Paxlovid, a fast acting anti-viral medication.   I know many people who