If you've been on LinkedIn lately, you may have noticed that LinkedIn now features some influencers (they call them "Thought Leaders") who have the ability to post longer, article or blog-style items on LinkedIn. Thought leaders include people like Jack Welch, Richard Branson, Meg Whitman, Barack Obama, Deepak Chopra, and Guy Kawasaki, among others. You can follow these thought leaders and get updates from them on your LinkedIn home page.
Recently, some of these LinkedIn thought leaders or influencers shared their tools for success in a series entitled, "Things I Carry." Here's an infographic showing some of their responses:
The editor of Slideshare created a presentation presentation entitled, "Things I Carry, My Everyday Tools for Success" (seen below). The presentation encouraged others to share their own tools for success, and I've started to notice several links tagged #thingsicarry from all kinds of people in all kinds of industries on the web.
I thought it might be fun to hear from lawyers about the things they carry and what tools they think are essential for their success.
Let me know what tools you think are essential for your success (even better - send me a photo) and I'll put a presentation together about the tools lawyers find indispensable for getting work done and helping their clients.
For inspiration, I've embedded the aforementioned Slideshare presentation below.
One of my readers, Kelli Proia, sent me a PowerPoint of the things she carries, so I've embedded it here: