Reading Time: 4 minutes To continue on with my post on getting level during divorce, I’m offering working definitions of 3 of my favorite ability descriptors which are: Employability, Hireability and Placeability Although my vocational assessment and evaluation assignments span a variety of jurisdictions and are designed to meet referral needs, the concepts of Employability, Hireability and Placeability remain… Continue reading Employability, Hireability and Placeability ~ Got Ability? Need Proof?
Reading Time: 3 minutes I can help you, my Attorney Reader, in a number of ways with a case you’re working on that involves work and disability, whether it be medical malpractice, personal injury, wrongful death, workers’ compensation or any other litigation along these lines. Actually, disability doesn’t have to be involved, yet when is tends to make a… Continue reading Working on a Case Involving Work & Disability? I’m Here to Help You Depose & More!
Reading Time: 5 minutes Okay, so I do something I’m not so sure many other people chose to do and it’s clearly an inherited trait. Dad did it too. Okay, it’s…it’s…I’ll just come out and tell you. I use bar soap and I use the soap until it is totally gone. And I mean totally! I don’t waste soap… Continue reading I’m A Lot Like A Mole…Fortunately to Help You on a Legal Case!
Reading Time: 5 minutes My mother Ann Dodge Prochnow, researched a book titled “Genealogy of the Dodge Family of Essex County, Massachusetts 1629-1894” authored by John Thompson Dodge Ph.D. Dr. Dodge was born in 1850 in Vermont. Dr. Dodge was a railway civil engineer. And he’s directly related to my mom! My mom read the book (Ann’s brother Gerry… Continue reading What Did Your Grandfather’s Father Do for a Living? Need Evidence on An Occupation?
Reading Time: 4 minutes In her teen days my sister Janice (the Floridian) was quite adept at gymnastics, particularly on the balance beam where she made great use of her balancing skills. When Janice moved on to college, dad cut up the balance beam he previously made for her to practice on for a new use as exit steps… Continue reading Balance Your Case With Your Client’s Real Story. I’d Love to Write it!
Reading Time: 3 minutes I am fond of my office rabbit Mollie. She’s getting up there in her rabbit years and mostly likes to lounge around, eat, drink and poop, but still finds time to have fun! Mollie 3.31.2021 Did you know that pet rabbits are affectionate, clever, trainable, well-groomed, mellow, quiet and low maintenance? Maybe you knew that.… Continue reading Did You Know Rabbits are Perfectly Capable of Believing Everything at Once?
Reading Time: 4 minutes March 22 of each year is designated as a Happy Day to Celebrate Rehabilitation Counseling! A bouquet of pink roses, along with dark chocolate layer cake with vanilla bean ice cream help make the day turn even happier! My career choice is Rehabilitation Counseling, a unique job for high-energy people who want to make a… Continue reading Happy Rehabilitation Counselor Appreciation Day!
Reading Time: 3 minutes You’re a good attorney, and you care about the people you represent. You’re busy working on cases and spend a lot of time on time. In fact, you even buy TIME! I’m writing to help you make a more comfortable TIME purchase from me, a consultant who is also an educator! I fully realize attorneys… Continue reading Hello My Attorney Reader! Want to Buy Some TIME from Me … a Consultant and an Educator?
Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi, thank you for stopping by to read my blog post. What day and time is it? If you are “at work” or “on the clock”, I want to know something right now that’s rather personal. Do you love your job? Was that an easy answer? Let me ask again, do you love what you… Continue reading Why Do You Do Your Work? You May Be in Love!
Reading Time: 5 minutes We humans make some big mistakes. It’s those misguided or wrong actions or judgments that range from simple to complex that can cause alarm and then when understood and corrected can turn into an unforgettable learning experience. My family and a couple of the kid’s friends had Florida travel plans in June of 2017 to… Continue reading Big Miss Steak…Cut Your Meat, Chew A Lot and Eat Slowly!