Admittedly, on Monday night, I had absolutely no idea what I was going to post today. I tend to allow my mood and internal material meter to influence our posting selections. Sometimes I find the posts, and sometimes…when I’m really lucky…they find me. Today, the latter is true.

When I awoke on Tuesday morning, I wandered down the Collins’ wooden stairway of death and found myself seated all sleepy eyed on the tan ottoman in our living room, where I spent a little quality time with my iPhone, as I often do, prior to commencing in the morning-rush-around-ritual. I came across one of the best articles I’ve read in a really long time. It was written by a fellow blogger named Chance Scoggins. He runs an inspirational blog. Now, obviously one day didn’t leave me a whole lot of lead time to secure official, full-on, reprint permission from Chance, but this piece is so great, we felt compelled to share it with you by transporting you into Chance’s world.

First, we have a few questions:

In need of a little inspiration?

Would one piece of solid advice really go a long way?

Are you ready to wrap your mind around an important concept that may help take your career and life to the next level?

Ready to read something we love so much here at TPS that it could be a part of our own, personal mantra?

If so…click below.

http://www.chancescoggins.com/run-with-those-who-get-it

If not, you’re missing out.

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We’d like to sincerely thank all of you for being the people in paralegal land who “get it.” Whether you’re an experienced paralegal, a newbie, HR representative, instructor, attorney, legal secretary, receptionist or some other fabulous form of a legal staffer, we’re pleased to count you among us.

We look forward to seeing you on the TPS playground on Friday, when Lindsay will be climbing up onto the virtual jungle gym to share one of the most memorable posts I’ve ever read!

We’ll see you soon. Until then, we implore you to…

“Find someone who gets it.
Find your team.
Pour into them, and let them pour into you.
Run with those who get it.”

– Chance Scoggins