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Railroaded into Saying a Simple Prayer

Saturday, September 16th, 2017
Last week, I ran into an old client at the Peoria County Courthouse. For the purpose of this article, I’m going to call him Noah. I represented Noah more than 20 years ago for some serious alcohol-related traffic ticket violations. During the last case that I assisted him with, I told him that it was obvious to everyone who knew him that he had a problem with alcohol.… Read More

A Special Saying With A Unique Promise

Saturday, September 9th, 2017
Last week, I wrote about the sayings that were popular while I was growing up. Each saying had its own unique meaning and most people knew exactly what the saying meant. Here are a few of the old sayings that I didn’t mention last week:
  • • The early bird gets the worm – When you achieve… Read More

My Millennial College-Graduate Daughter

Saturday, September 2nd, 2017
My daughter Teresa (21) graduated from college in May of this year. Prior to her graduation, she sent out resumes and lined up several interviews. As the interviews progressed, a handful of companies became interested in her, which created a dilemma: What if she had a certain company in mind that she really wanted to work for and another company made… Read More

Excuses, Deadlines, and Commitments

Saturday, August 26th, 2017
Earlier this year, I hired a man who is an expert at optimizing websites for local Google search results. I agreed to pay him $900 per month to optimize my website at PeoriaInjuryLawCenter.com. For the purpose of this article, I’m going to call him “Jim.” Everything went… Read More

A Valuable Lesson from a Love Coach

Saturday, August 12th, 2017
I recently watched a video of a presentation that was made by a businessman who owns several successful companies. His companies generate more than $100 million per year in gross revenue. One of the topics that he touched upon was the difficulty that a business owner has in trying to manage and balance his or her business life with their personal life. He talked… Read More