Rob Hatch, author of the Amazon best seller, “Attention! The Power of Simple Decisions in a Distracted World.”
He’s also the co-founder and President of Owner Media Group, providing strategies and skills for the modern business. He is also a highly sought-after business coach and advisor serving executives and owners of organizations large and small. Rob lives in Maine with his award-winning photographer wife, Megin. They have four children and spend most of their time encouraging and supporting them as they pursue their passions.
Join us live on Wednesday, October 14th at 10 am PDT (1 pm ET) on all the top platforms Twitter, LinkedIn, Periscope, YouTube and Facebook Live with links at https://streaming.lawyer/humansocial/
2020 has been a tough year for all of us. One of the biggest take-a-ways we hear from lawyers worldwide is how much they now appreciate the importance of the cloud, live video, and social media to build and run a practice.
Want to be a better trial lawyer? Interested in building deeper and more meaningful relationships in business and life? Want to make the most of each day and enjoy the journey? Listen to this interview.
Say hello to Jason Fried, Co-Founder and CEO of Basecamp and the brand new HEY email platform and service.
Basecamp is an all-in-one toolkit for working remotely with millions of users and thousands of new users signing up weekly. Hey.com is the new email platform that’s changing how email is looked at, handled, and experienced.
Jason is also co-author of Getting Real, REWORK, Remote, and “It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work” (click here to view on Amazon). If you’re looking for a better way to build and run your company, tap into how Jason is going about the entire process. We run our firm in a similar fashion and it’s the best decision we’ve made since opening up shop back in 1986 😉
Grab a beverage of your choice, bring your questions, and say hello to Jason Fried!
Watch live (and recorded) on all the top platforms. It’s probably best if you start here at my “HackingLegal/Social/Life” shows.
Between January and September 2019, it’s reported that there were over 7.9 billion data records exposed — a 33% increase from the same time in 2018. In the first quarter of 2020, the number of exposed privacy records were at an increase of 273% over last year.
In 2020 along, there have been dozens of massive reported data breaches including:
MGM Resorts: In July, 2020: Researchers found 142 million personal records from former guests at the MGM Resorts hotels for sale on the Dark Web…