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Hiding the Pea

In a shell game, three or more identical shells (dixie cups, bowls, bottle caps, or anything similar) are placed face-down on a surface.

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Using Cartoons to Market Your Company

Cartoons! Don’t you love them? Or is that just me? No, I know you share that delight when you see cartoons, that exuberant good cheer.

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Lessons My Client Taught Me

I was recently at a cocktail party when I was, once again, reminded of the benefits of the collaborative dispute resolution process over a litigated divorce.

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Connecting Abroad

My girlfriend and I went on vacation together to the Azores. It was the first time since I’d been married, over 27 years ago, that I had taken a Girls Only trip.

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In the Trenches Part Five

In this blog series, we’ve already explored four break-up negotiations and how they played out after the collaborative facilitators reported on both the clients’ individual and joint goals.

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In the Trenches Part Four

In the first three parts of this series on client goals and interests, we examined the actual reports of three different facilitators to their professional teams at the commencement.

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In the Trenches Part Three

In the first two parts of this series, we’ve explored two different facilitators’ reports on the clients’ goals and interests, and on their individual and couple idiosyncrasies.

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In the Trenches Part Two

When the collaborative facilitator meets with the team’s clients for the first time, usually individually, he asks the clients to describe their goals.

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In the Trenches Part One

When the collaborative facilitator meets the team’s clients for the first time, usually individually, she asks them to define their goals.

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