The second edition of the book, The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together, by Tom Mighell and me, will be on sale at a 40% discount (plus free ground shipping) for one day only – December 2 – as part of the big Cyber Monday book
Assuming all goes according to plan, Allison Shields and I’s new book, Make LinkedIn Work for You: A Practical Handbook for Lawyers and Other Legal Professionals, will be published and available for purchase on Amazon (in…
I’m very excited to announce that my new book, Successful Innovation Outcomes in Law: A Practical Guide for Law Firms, Law Departments and Other Legal Organizations, is now available on Amazon. The book may also be purchased as a Kindle ebook.
A few months ago, I was planning to write a series of…
It was a summer of writing and book projects for me. I’ve already pre-announed one of those books, Successful Innovation Outcomes in Law: A Practical Guide for Law Firms, Law Departments and other Legal Organizations.
Allison Shields and I have also finished a new book on LinkedIn. It will be called “Make LinkedIn…
Some of my friends have convinced me that, because the manuscript is finished and with the book designer and the cover design has been chosen, it’s time that I announce the upcoming publication of my new book on innovation in law. I tend to be cautious about announcing things, so I’m just “pre-announcing” now.
I’ve collected and curated a list of my best innovation tips. It’s now available as a free PDF download.
Everyone working in the innovation field, especially in law, gets stuck from time to time. When you do, you need a guide to help you with some tips, nudges, and insights to get you moving…
Summer is the time for reading and I wanted to share a chapter of Tom Mighell and I’s book, The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together.
I chose the hot topic of cybersecurity in collaboration tools, an area of risk that is still underestimated by many lawyers and…
We’ve reached the point where I feel it’s time that I can say that Allison and I are busily at work on a new book on LinkedIn. We’re planning for it to be available on Amazon in early summer. The working title is “Making LinkedIn Work for You: The Legal Professional’s Handbook.”
For quite a few years, I’ve enjoyed reading the posts of several bloggers who are trying to read 52 books in 52 weeks. I’ve also wanted to find a good way for me to keep track of the books I’ve read. And it gives me a good reading target to shoot for.
Last year, I read 115 books, exceeding my goal by quite a bit. Or, more accurately, I listed 115 books that I read. I don’t list books that might reveal certain things I might (or might not) be working on. You will also notice tat I’ve been attempting to read the entire catalog of books of certain authors of detective stories. If 2018, those were Marcia Muller (Sharon McCone) and Peter Robinson (Inspector Banks).
If you forced me to pick a top 10 for 2018 (or ten recommendations for books you might read), I’d probably list:
Autonomous, Annalee Newitz
The Hard Thing About Hard Things, Ben Horowitz
Build an A Team, Whitney Johnson
Portfolio Life, David Corbett
The E-Myth Revisited, Michael Gerber
For All the Tea in China, Sarah Rose
Gridiron Genius, Mike Lombardi
Creative Strategy, William Duggan
Building a Story Brand, Donald Miller
The Dan Sullivan Question, Dan Sullivan