Something to Brag About – Linked In

I just received a note of congratulations from LinkedIn letting me know I have one of the top 1% most viewed LinkedIn profiles for 2012.  Considering that they just announced passing the 200 million member milestone, I think that’s quite an achievement.  I attribute it to the relentless pursuit of creating and reposting content, which I hope is meaningful and helpful to attorneys and law firm administrators.  In this medium, content is King!  If it gets me an occasional visitor to my profile or web site, so much the better 🙂


  • By Linda Markle, Paralegal in Seattle, February 28, 2013 @ 7:49 pm

    Timeless, enduring knowledge you provide every day.. Thank you! —You know, one of the things I miss most about working in Pennsylvania is that I no longer can look forward to the office mail & reading your regular column in the PA Bar News. I remember one article in particular was that printed on November 1, 2010, titled Making Better Hiring and Retention Decisions: Thinking Inside the Box. It talked about “the Kashbox” and how people HIRE for knowledge and skills (the left side of the box), and often FIRE on issues of habits and attitudes (the right side of the box.) This is just one of many fascinating articles that have made a life-long impact. Even though I’m in Seattle, I still check online to mine the gold so freely available on your website! Many, many thanks again.

  • By Ellen, March 1, 2013 @ 6:30 am

    So many compliments, I don’t know where to start expressing appreciation. The fact that you can quote an article from so long ago almost verbatim is startling. Obviously you took it to heart. Alas, I am way behind in uploading my articles to the web site. I author between 1 – 4 each month, and so it’s not difficult to get behind. I’ll make a real effort in March to get caught up. Thank you for being a faithful reader.

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