THE CORONAVIRUS AND SMALL BUSINESS LAW SERIES This blog post series provides key legal strategies, practices, and policies to help you secure your business success during the Coronavirus pandemic. With this knowledge, you can return to what you do best – your service or product. In the first of this series, I discussed key intellectual […]
“Today is a gift, yesterday is a memory and tomorrow is a promise” – Patrick Chery My Personal Growth Role Model My mom recently celebrated her 83rd birthday. She literally just sold her business and talks about retiring later this year. She tells me she’s old. She tells me she’s tired. She tells me her […]
“Into each life some rain must fall. Some days must be dark and dreary.”– Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Life in a Natural Disaster-Prone Paradise I live in a beautiful location. Southeast Florida right on the water. It’s a paradise most of the year. This home was a dream home for David and me when we bought […]
Happy Holiday It’s beginning to look a lot like the holidays… Yes, the end of December is ripe with holidays. Chanukah, Christmas, Boxing Day, Kwanzaa, and even Festivus all occur within the same week. As a small business owner, I’m so grateful for the many fantastic opportunities that this time of year brings. Opportunities to […]
When a client comes to me with a legal dispute, requesting my help with conflict resolution, most times the dispute relates to a “relationship gone wrong.” What does that mean exactly? At the beginning of a relationship, even a business relationship, you’re in what’s referred to as the “honeymoon phase”. At these early stages, novelty […]
All my life I’ve been told to “dress for success.” Inevitably that meant dressing with a sense of style and professionalism: impeccable hair, nails, shoes, and of course, let’s not forget the professional dress or pantsuit. I do agree that your image and appearance makes an impression on others. That’s basically proven. However, lately I’ve […]
“If you have butterflies in your stomach, ask them into your heart.” Cooper Edens I’m afraid of needles. Yes, like many of us, injections are not my favorite form of medical care. As far back as I can remember, when I needed a shot of any kind, I’d scrunch my face, turn my head, […]
“You’ve damaged the tendons in your right foot.” Ouch – those words from the podiatrist surely confused me. “For the next 10 to 12 weeks, you should avoid any activities (including driving) that may aggravate the injury until the pain has gone. We’ll be immobilizing the foot and ankle from moving using a boot.” My […]
In the words of Robert Louis Stevenson: “Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds that you plant.” Sagacity Legal, with its mission of reinventing the way lawyers interact, share knowledge, and guide small businesses to protect their passion, has grown and flourished from the seeds I have been planting […]
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