I am seeing double. Last week's Law Tribune profiled two enterprising members of the bar who have incorporated a second business into their law practice; one has opened a law firm/barbershop, the other has started a New Age gift shop in the building that houses her firm. While such hybrids seem sound strategy in a difficult economy, I, alas, lack both a marketable skill and a head for business — but I am chock full of clever ideas (with an assist from my witty girlfriend):
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