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@gina valley I completely agree with you, Gina! It's an easy out to say "I'll Pray For You" and then avoid any physical interaction or support.
6 months, 2 weeks ago on When Saying “I’ll Pray For You” Can Be a Problem
I always say, you never know what sentence uttered from our lips may change someone's life for the better (and sometimes, worse). I've gone back after years and years and thanked boy scout leaders, teachers, and family friends for comments and actions they have made that are still with me today. They look of utter shock on their faces is often amusing. I thank them for being themselves in that moment and sparking a flame that has burned with me ever since. I wonder if she ever worked through her problem. I thought the same thing when I read this article. God Bless great teachers, huh? Great article, Patrick!
6 months, 2 weeks ago on An Unforgotten Moment
If you're going to offer it, DO IT. I think this article is right on the money. I'm all for praying FOR people, not against them. In fact, when I pray, I don't pray FOR thing to happen, I pray "Thy Will Be Done" and for the peace and understanding of His will. Great article, Patrick!
@rsullivanlaw The rule of thumb is typically around 600 words, but like Richard says, it depends on the audience. Sometimes you can take an article like this one and break it up into a two part series. Cross link between the two. Gives you more opportunity for SEO and more Google juice to work with. Also good headers (using h1 tags) and bullets can help make the article easier to visually scan. Just some food for thought.
1 year, 9 months ago on What Drives Us To Do What We Do As Trial Lawyers
I'm glad there are people out there willing to do what you do, Rob. Great article. Risk as a natural part of any job, but I think legal work, as you stated, contains risks that we don't consider as members of the public. Lots of food for thought.
Jay, How do you transcribe your podcast?
2 years ago on What Bubba Gump Shrimp Can Teach You About Social Media