First, I want to thank each of you for being a regular reader of my blog. My goal is to share with you what I learned practicing law for 36 years and what I have learned from mentoring, coaching and teaching lawyers. I recently went back and found my Top 10 Blog posts by your visits in 2011. Interestingly, number 1 had more than double the hits of number 2. Not sure why that one resonated. I hope you will go back and take another look as you are thinking about 2012. Let me hear from you in 2012. What do you want to learn? What questions can I answer for you? How can I help? Happy New Year. Make 2012 your best year ever.

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