Category Archives: storytelling

Tale #1: Using or Not Using Primary Care Lawyers

If they only had a Primary Care Lawyer before they … Our last blog post discussed the value of having a Primary Care Lawyer (a “PCL”).  It makes sense having a lawyer you trust who knows you, your business, your hopes and aspirations, work and family situation, and who can help you navigate through the often tricky waters of workplace, …

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The Mediator and the Hare: Story Telling in Mediation

Story telling is a fundamental part of human interaction.  From early on, humans communicated through stories.  They taught lessons through stories, and they experienced life through stories.  Take a look at all religious books — The Bible, the Bhagvad Gita, etc — and they are all stories with a purpose. Behavioral psychologist Susan M. Weinschenk Ph.D. notes: Research [...] Continue reading

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