James Hahn

James Kenneth "Jim" Hahn (born July 3, 1950) is an American lawyer and politician. Hahn was elected the 40th Mayor of Los Angeles in 2001. He served until 2005, at which time he was defeated in his bid for re-election. Prior to his term as mayor, Hahn served in several other capacities for the city of Los Angeles, including Deputy City Attorney (1975–1979), City Controller (1981–1985) and City Attorney (1985–2001). Hahn is the only individual in the city's history to have been elected to all three citywide offices. He is currently a sitting judge on the Los Angeles County Superior Court. He is a member of the Democratic Party.
Posts about James Hahn
  • How to get things done even when you can’t concentrate: Return on Attention

    … it all in search of that gem that will bring your dreams of world domination into reality. You believe you’ve found it in one simple question: What’s the best use of my time right now? For decades this question has haunted me. It seems like a really simple question, and it’s one many personal development and productivity experts advocate. But here’s…

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  • Dare to Be Stupid: A lesson for B2B marketers from Weird Al

    … By James Hahn II, {grow} Community Member July 15th, 2014 will forever live in infamy. That is the day Weird Al Yankovic debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 for the first time. His parodies of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” and Pharell Williams’ “Happy” were immediate hits. One of my favorites that flew under the radar was “Mission…

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