Jaburg Wilk Sponsors the Valley Beit Midrash Learning Series
PHOENIX, Ariz. (09/27/2017) – Phoenix law firm, Jaburg Wilk sponsored the Valley Beit Midrash learning series. The comprehensive educational series spans seven months and has 38 different presentations and workshops lead by global leaders and thinkers. Beit Midrash means a “house of learning”.
The Valley Beit Midrash is a collaborative organization that brings new, exciting, … Read More
Organization is Important
Organizing is what you do before you do something, so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up. ~ A.A. Milne
Yes, I just quoted the author of Winnie-the-Pooh. And he is right, which is both obvious and apparent, especially to those of us trying to stay organized. Let’s be honest, it is a constant struggle. You have your business life and your personal life. Some people keep separate … Read More
What is hot tomorrow won't be forever. Today's styles and trends likely will have changed by this time next year, if not sooner. You can look no further than general music trends from the '80's through now.
Back then rock ruled. Think Queen, Led Zeppelin, etc. Then glam rock became big - think of Guns-n-Roses, Motley Crue and Poison - only to be kicked to the curb by Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden& … Read More
Jaburg Wilk Donates Truckload of Supplies to Halo Animal Rescue
PHOENIX, Ariz. (09/14/2017) – For the third consecutive year, the Phoenix law firm of Jaburg Wilk has supported Halo Animal Rescue by donating a truckload of dog and cat supplies.
Jaburg Wilk began supporting Halo Animal Rescue and No-Kill Shelter in 2015. Their initial drive was such a success that they held it again in 2016 and 2017. Employees of the … Read More
Jaburg Wilk Awards $7,500 in Scholarships
PHOENIX, Ariz. (09/14/2017) – The Phoenix law firm of Jaburg Wilk recently awarded $7,500 in scholarships to three students attending Arizona State University College of Law.
The Jaburg Wilk Scholarship is awarded to students focusing their legal studies in employment, healthcare, transactional, or intellectual property law who have future plans to practice in one or more of those areas.
"It is … Read More
Blameless Problem Solving and Self-Accountability
No one likes to cause an issue, be wrong, be behind on a project or deal with the fallout. But part of blameless problem solving is self-accountability.
Self-accountability is the ability to be honest with yourself, as well as being answerable and responsible for what you say and do. To do so, when something goes wrong, you need to step out of the moment and consider consequences of how you respond. It means that … Read More
Jaburg Wilk Provides Scholarship to College Prep “G33K” Camp for Young Adults with Autism
PHOENIX, Ariz. (08/24/2017) – Jaburg Wilk offered a scholarship to one of the ten participants who attended the G33K College Prep Summer Camp. The weeklong camp was presented by Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC), University of Advancing Technology (UAT) and New Way Academy staff for young adults with autism. The camp participants had the opportunity of completing the … Read More
The Older You Get, the Less You Know
What? Really. What I mean is that as you gain experience you realize how much you don't know and become (hopefully) more comfortable admitting it. We all experience conversations where the other person tells you they know about something or someone, but is or becomes clear they don't. You see this more in younger or less experienced people, but anyone can do it.
Most times it comes from … Read More
Focus on Doing Good Work, Not Money
You are saying "What? But I want to work to make money." We all work to be able to support ourselves. What I mean is if you focus on doing the best you can, the money likely will follow. If you only focus on money you will try to close deals that shouldn't close or sell something to someone that they don't need. If you are okay with that and the bad karma you deserve, you should take a look in the mirror and see … Read More
In Real Life You Shouldn’t be Keeping Score
Don't be envious of others. Just because you think they have a better title or seem to have more money doesn't mean it’s true. The person you view as a "higher up" may hate the position they are in. The person who seems to have money may be living on debt. Not making assumptions is a topic for another day.
Similarly, don't be vindictive. Don't try to get even. If you really analyze a situation where … Read More