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Karen Gifford is COO of Ripple Labs, global leader on distributed financial technology. I am excited to have her back on to talk about falling in and out of a meditation practice and how to revitalize it.
When I work with lawyers, often, they get stuck and feel overwhelmed because they are trying to do too much, change too quickly and force their way through their struggles rather than take a gentler, smarter approach.
Mike Ethridge is back on this episode to discuss wellness in the workplace. For those that haven’t listened to the previous episodes with Mike (which I would highly recommend,) Mike is an attorney from Charleston, SC, and a champion of wellness for lawyers.
I am so excited to have spoken to Debbi Mack in this week’s episode. Debbi Mack is the New York Times bestselling author of IDENTITY CRISIS, the first book in the Sam McRae mystery series, featuring Maryland lawyer-sleuth Stephanie Ann “Sam” McRae. She has also written and published a young adult novel, INVISIBLE ME, a thriller called THE PLANCK FACTOR, and several short stories, including a Derringer nominee.