Lawyers sometimes are so busy practicing law and mastering technology that they make the mistake of considering workouts a luxury, something fun. Workouts can and should be that, but they are so much more: A key to productivity.

Jerry Muncy, owner of TypewriterCentral.com, shown here in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, is a

Immigration lawyer innovator/disruptor Roman Zelichenko shared an instructive story via LinkedIn about a real estate lawyer who failed to meet his expectations.

When Zelichenko complained about the low quality of service the lawyer replied:

I don’t know what you mean by “service provider.” I’m a lawyer. I do my job, you get your house, you

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Everybody’s got heroes, somebody who taught him things and helped them develop as a person. One of my biggest heroes was Gene Siler, a Navy veteran and conservative Republican. Richard Nixon appointed him as U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky. Gerald Ford made him a

Advocating for change can be difficult. My 1995 experience at the National Archives and Records Administration illustrates a few lessons:

Innovation In A Change-Resistant Organization: A Story

In 1995 few federal agencies had robust Internet presences. Most had none at all.

As a lawyer with the National Archives and Records Administration my duties did not