The Patriots fierce comeback during the Superbowl will be providing many lessons on team work and turnarounds. What an opportunity for the rigid individualistic cultures of law firms to think and behave differently.
Number 12, Tom Brady, put it this way, "We all brought each other back." Here is the coverage in USA Today.
Managing partners at law firms have to develop fresh scripts for kick-starting a culture change.
This latest development will make so yesterday those anecdotes about how Steve Jobs made it back - and big - after getting fired from Apple.
No matter what the Clinton dynasty does to re-start a political career, that will pale next to the 34-28 Patriots win yesterday. Come on, do we really want Chelsea in Congress.
And, who cares any more how three legal defense teams in Rhode Island finally put the public nuisance lead paint class action litigation out of its misery, at least in that state.
The world, including the legal sector, has a new superhero. Number 12 could become the universal symbol for hope against all odds. That might be exactly what the flat industry needs. In January 2017, 900 jobs were lost in legal services.
An inspiring read on reaching beyond what seems to be is the 2014 "The Hope Quotient" by Ray Johnston.
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