I learned two things about greatness from Chuck Norris. First, despite his real transcendence in the sport, he taught my class of rank novices as if our lives depended on what we learned. He was serious, inclusive, and efficient. Second, he gave us his undivided attention. He was not full of himself. He was full of us. And his bearing was noble, gentle, and authoritative.
Lawrence Glasner Between January 12, 1990, the day the President of the State Bar of California swore me in as an attorney, and January 4, 2015 the night a triage nurse checked me into the Los Robles Hospital Emergency Room near death, if you asked me about myself I’d tell you straight up, “I am [...]
Lawrence Glasner Tamara and I married in 1983. I love my woman. She's gorgeous, gentle, sees the best and believes the best in everyone. She is a fierce warrior with an emotional IQ that’s off-the-charts. We married and settled in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I was twenty-nine, with an MBA from the University of Southern California running [...]