I bet a slew of you saw this advertisement on the back page (behind the editorials) of the US’ major papers recently.
Continue reading Manifesto?
One of the biggest problems we see with nascent firms is the founder. When the firm was developed by one person. That person still sees himself (still is mostly a male, although we have two clients that made it herself) as the savior of the firm.
Continue reading Founder Syndrome
Between my two primary eMail addresses, I get about 2500 pieces of eMail a day. And, that doesn’t include the fact that someone added one address to a slew of junk mail lists. (Thankfully, that spam is blocked.)
Continue reading eMadness?
I read an interesting article the other day that was directed at improving the gross revenue of lawyers. (You DO know I serve as the CFO for a variety of different entities, right?)
Continue reading Time Machine?
Yesterday, I explained how captive insurance companies are supposed to work. They serve as a means to minimize the risk, but don’t leave policyholders without any recourse- or, in the case of our firms, any potentially harmed folks without any chance to recover damages. Today, I will explain how this process is being subverted- these captives are being formed to rip off the public.
Continue reading Captive Insurance (2)
I saw a great picture on Facebook the other day. (OK- great, as in this really sucks.) It showed a monopoly board and overwritten it said:
Continue reading Do you believe in Fairy Tales?
I normally don’t post on holidays- but this is an exception I will make. Because I think this holiday needs a lot more “oomph”.
Continue reading Labor Day