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Lessons Learned While Playing Golf

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  • Edward Hunter
    Posted at 11:34h, 07 April Reply

    Hi Bob,
    In accord with your lessons learned from golf, I eventually found it prudent to ALWAYS vet my “big ideas,” important letters or other advice to clients with one of my law partners or other colleagues precisely because they often “saw” issues that I did not, or at least that I perhaps had not weighed or expressed properly in some way or another.

    Perhaps some folks feel that such vetting is a sign of weakness, but over the years this kind of vetting saved me from a good many missteps and oversights that made me a better adviser, writer, etc. If nothing else, a second pair of eyes looking over a document will improve the end product simply by removing simple errors that so often creep into written work. Proofreading both written text and oral advice is a actually sign of strength and growth, not the contrary.

  • Tom Hansen
    Posted at 17:42h, 13 April Reply

    Bob – i enjoyed this ‘tip’. Sad that Spieth collapsed on the start of the back 9 Sunday. He’ll bounce back.

    Hope all is well. Tom

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