Starters & Finishers – Part 1: Which Are You?

{3:36 minutes to read} Years ago I read a book by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen & Les Hewitt called The Power of Focus in which the authors touched on the concept of people being either “starters” or “finishers.”

As the years have gone by, I’ve hired a lot of people and have had to let a few go. It’s been helpful to know what a person’s propensities are with respect to being more of a starter or a finisher.

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What is an Order of Protection?

What is an Order of Protection by Joshua Katz

{3: 40 minutes to read} An order of protection begins with a family offense petition.

A family offense petition is a petition filed in the family court where one party (the “petitioner”) alleges that another party (the “respondent”) committed an act that constitutes a “family offense.”

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We’ve Been Hiding Something from You:-) You’re Now Being Published on LinkedIn

{2:15 minutes to read} phoneBlogger has begun publishing your blog articles to LinkedIn Publisher. This is part of a new feature available on LinkedIn.

What is LinkedIn Publisher? Here’s what LinkedIn says:

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Traveling with Children? Make Sure You Read This First!

Traveling with Children? Make Sure You Read This First! by Joshua Katz

{2:20 minutes to read} What rights do custodial and noncustodial parents have to take their children on domestic or international trips?

Custody/visitation agreements and court orders should be as detailed and specific as possible. Agreements should specify whether or not either parent needs consent from the other parent prior to taking the child on a trip.

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How to Market Yourself During Conference Season

{3:50 minutes to read} Business professionals often wonder: Is it worthwhile to market my practice during the various conferences I attend?

At Practice Marketing, we’ve used conferences for marketing for a number of years, and fairly successfully.

Whenever possible, we try to be in a room full of potential clients.

Many of our clients don’t necessarily have that option, but they may have an opportunity to be in a room full of centers of influence or potential referral sources. We can use mediation as an example. Mediators often get referrals from mental health professionals and guess what? Mental health professionals have conferences and seminars.

So how can a mediator participate in those conferences and seminars?

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