Archives for July 2022

Rainmaking Recommendation #270: TMI on LinkedIn?

A topic that is being hotly debated in several groups to which I belong is the change that LinkedIn has undergone since I began using it in December 2004.  When I first began using the site, it was used almost exclusively for professional networking, career development, and recruiting for new jobs. And while that still […]

Rainmaking Recommendation #269: Compound Interest

I am currently reading Darren Hardy’s book, The Compound Effect. I’m even participating in his summer reading challenge of the book beginning July 17, 2022. The book’s premise is that each little thing you do, good or bad, adds up and compounds until the results are evident. There are so many examples of this, but […]

Rainmaking Recommendation #268: Your Compensation May Depend Upon It

In June of 2022, Above the Law’s Kathyrn Rubino wrote an article entitled, Biglaw Firm Slashes Salaries of Associates Who Aren’t Busy Enough.   In it, she detailed how AMLAW firm Steptoe & Johnson was going to reduce the pay of certain associates who were not meeting the performance expectations of the firm. In another article, […]

Rainmaking Recommendation #267: It’s Not Too Late To Save 2022

“You can’t go back and make a new start, but you can start right now and make a brand new ending.”? James R. Sherman, Rejection There are less than 2 days left of the first half of 2022.  How are your goals coming along?  Do you have any goals?  If not, you can still salvage your year regardless […]