Earlier this week I presented a marketing and networking training program to 250 junior associates working at one of the world’s ten largest law firms.

I can’t mention the firm’s name, but they have an exceptional in-house professional-development team, and the week-long program was running like clockwork.  Lawyers had come in from all over the world.

They’d thought of everything, every tiny detail and contingency was identified and addressed.  My only concern was that the last thing I saw before entering the ballroom to give my speech was this enormous serving bowl.

It was very considerate of them to have painkillers available for the attendees, just in case.

But did the dozen bottles of aspirin, Tylenol, Advil, Aleve, and Tums REALLY need to be industrial sized…?

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