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Bull Garlington is an award-winning writer. His latest book, The Full English, is a hilarious travel memoir about his family’s trip to the U.S. His company, Creative Writer PRO, provides enterprise-level content for small and medium-size businesses. His previous title, Death by Children! was IndieFab’s 2013 Humor Book of the Year. He is a coauthor of the popular foodie compendium The Beat Cop’s Guide to Chicago Eats. He prefers Balvenie’s DoubleWood 12 Year Scotch and makes a mean gumbo. Previously published in AttorneyatWork.com.

Boost Productivity By Slowing Down A Little

Boost Productivity By Slowing Down A Little

You’re an unstoppable legal machine. You churn through a hundred pages of briefs and legal research every day. You’re running two phones, a tablet, a laptop and a portable fax machine off a light pole at the airport. Your inbox is an email volcano. You’ve heard of people who go for zero inbox but you […]

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