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    February 19th, 2008

    ♫ Ride ride ride let it ride
    Would you let it ride?…♫

    Words and music by R. Bachman and F. Turner, recorded by Bachman-Turner Overdrive.

    Fellow Blogger Rush Nigut (Rush on Business) has written an imaginative blog post based on the Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa. In the post he not only describes the race, but has done so in a manner that incorporates legal bloggers across North America as participants into the race. I blushed on reading that he has graciously incorporated your humble scribe into Day 4′s post:

    Day 4: Ames to Tama-Toledo – 75 miles

    Charlie gets ready to head off to Iowa’s version of the twin cities today. In the pancake breakfast line he meets Connie Crosby who is kind enough to introduce him to David Bilinsky. David tells Charlie all about how there is a great need for law firms to turn their senior partners into business leaders. David Maister overhears them and chimes in that one-firm firms are often quite successful.

    The whole blog post is delightfully quirky and fun. Hats off to Rush for thinking of this approach and for allowing his imagination to let it ride….!

    This entry was posted on Tuesday, February 19th, 2008 at 11:29 am and is filed under humour, Issues facing Law Firms, Leadership and Strategic Planning, personal focus and renewal, Technology, Trends. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

    One Response to “Ride On!”
    1. Rush Nigut Says:

      David, thanks for the mention. Great post by the way. Your thought that senior partners need to develop into business leaders is right on. It was of the more insightful posts I have read on the subject.

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