It continues to be a strong labor market and the war for legal talent remains fierce in some circles. Good candidates have options and great candidates are not staying on the job market for very long.
For many lawyers, travel is something to do for a business trip or on vacation. But for Robert Finkel, travel was a way for his family to live abroad and experience a new culture. For two years, Bob lived in Israel with his wife and three children while continuing to work for his law firm in Boston. In my latest podcast, Bob tells his story and discusses how he leveraged his expertise in tax to make this adventure become a reality.
If you are invited to be a guest on a podcast:
- Limit your use of words or verbal fillers on this list.
- Avoid using combinations of these words.
- Understand that podcasts are not live and can be edited after the fact.
- If you feel compelled to say one of these words while pausing to think, try breathing instead.
Admittedly, I haven’t focused that much on my blog in recent years (it was more of a passion when I launched it in 2005); but when I’m at my best, I post to Counsel to Counsel several times a month. Blogging is a way for me to gather my thoughts about career and marketing issues facing the legal community. In a small way, blogging also helps me to raise my visibility in the legal community.