Is it time to go? Image Posted on January 17, 2013 by Rob Pollak I’m working on a post about my experience working as a lawyer. Here’s a sneak peek at what’s to come: A flow chart that answers the question I asked every single day. “Can I go home now?” Help make me famous:TweetShare on TumblrEmailLike this:Like Loading...
As a fellow attorney I can relate! Hey Rob, where’s my stick figure drawing?
I’m working on it. A little delayed because of that amazing yoga post I did. Remember that one??
It is fate that I found your blog yesterday. I too am a lawyer (corporate) AND am going through yoga teacher training. 🙂 Kindred spirits.
What are the odds that TWO people do yoga and practice law?? Uncanny! Fate
Between this and the Anne/Te’o tweet, you’re hitting your stride this week Rob.
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So FailBlog posted this flowchart today without credit – I first saw it through ATL, which linked to you, so you may want to let them know. http://cheezburger.com/6983469824
Thanks for letting me know! I sent them a message.
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Good job, Rob!!
Fantastic! I’m forwarding this to the associates who work for me. 🙂
You do state that you want to be famous on the internet, well – guess what? You ARE! I saw this diagram a couple of days ago, was circulating all over facebook and other sites – so well done!
Btw: I love it!! And I believe it fits many other professions too, not just the lawyers world.
Well done! 🙂
Damnit! I should have said “get rich” on the internet.
Great, Rob. (Just change “peak” to “peek”)
Good catch. Thanks! I bet you can leave whenever you want…if you know what I’m sayin?
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Beware of the sink called “Looks like we’ll be here for awhile”. All input and no outlet so ‘awhile” might be longer than you thought possible.
(from an old systems analyst with the same question)
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Hey Rob, you’re a master at the diagram, so if you ever need, just wanted to connect you to a useful flow charter tool online. For a crisp, quick chart; you don’t even need to download anything.
Not sure if spam. But I am offended that you would suggest there’s something better than my artwork.
This is hilarious, but I’m not sure if it applies to barristers?
re the above post – I would ordinarily say spam, but, it was done with a great sense of humour which shows it wasnt automated, so in my view, it should stay!
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