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Life is a Revelation…be encouraged

The idea of doing things differently is starting to make some inroads. I’m not sure about he longevity of this action, but at least it is an attempt to change course, to not rest on the status quo, and maybe even have some fun along the way.

Be encouraged!

Practical Practice Management

IMAG0717 While in D.C.  a couple of weeks ago an interesting event happened at the Marriott Hotel that we were holding the conference I was attending.  The attendees were all in a lecture hall and toward the end of the afternoon we started hearing music outside on the landing.

As the lecture session was adjourned and we headed out of the room where we were surprised to see about fifty people dancing the same steps to music.  I just stood there and watched as they were having fun and being coached by a choreographer.

The participants were certainly having a great time, laughing and teasing each other as they were trying to learn the steps.  I wondered what it was all about.

The next day after the lecture session I was down in the lobby, it was about 5 o’clock.  I saw a large group of employees (I could tell they…

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  1. I love this! It reminds me of what my law school roommates and I used to do. We all lived in a big old victorian house – six women. (Three law students, 2 econ PhD students, one financial industry executive.) Back in the late 80’s, before ipods, we would all listen to the radio- usually the same station- while we studied, which is generally what we did when in the house. We all loved the Paul Simon song “Call Me Al” Some how or another we developed this tradition that whenever that song came on we would crank up every radio in the house and rush down to the living room and dance like wild and sing at the top of our lungs. It was so much fun, got us wide awake for the work ahead, and made for a very happy memory.

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