Relax and rejuvenate. You’ll have an opportunity to practice mindfulness, meditation, engage in dialogue with other like minded lawyers, swim, soak in the hot tub, enjoy nature, go for walks, read, journal and sit by the fire in the evenings.
Our programs are designed by lawyers for lawyers to deliver mindfulness training in bite sized pieces that can be incorporated into lawyer’s busy schedule. The programs can be general or tailored to meet your firm’s needs.
In this episode, I am excited to have Megan Boyd on to talk about what transitioning into a new career from law looks like. Megan is a lecturer at Georgia State University College of Law. She has written numerous articles about legal writing and is a frequent speaker on that topic at continuing legal education events and conferences throughout the country.
I am excited to have Dr. Kimberly Jarvis on this week to talk about career transition: opening up that internal dialogue and finding those next steps. Dr. Kimberly Jarvis is the CEO and Founder of All Career Matters, a consulting firm focused on leadership and team development. She has over 20 years’ experience in career and leadership development coaching with individuals and groups from diverse backgrounds and industries.
Hello! A short request for listener feedback. Doing a podcast can feel very lonely, like speaking into the void. Yet, there were almost 7,000 of you that listened last month! (Wow!) Please drop me an email and let me know what conversations you’re wanting to hear. What “necessary conversations” aren’t being had?
I want to be fully emotionally and mentally present with my kids. Storytime, trips to the park, building Legos—I want to give my children my undivided attention or at least limit the distractions during these times.
This week I have Nefra MacDonald on to talk about how awareness of one’s emotions can revolutionize your presence and how you communicate with others. Nefra is the Business Development and Strategic Partnership Coordinator at Rocket Matter. After working in various capacities at law firms, corporations, and non-profit organizations, she decided to use her experience to help address the pain points that practicing lawyers feel every day.