In this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Brodie Welch. Brodie is a licensed acupuncturist, a board-certified herbalist, Chinese medicine expert, and offers self-care strategies.
How would you like to improve your legal practice and increase your well being, in only 6 minutes per day? I can show you how to build a more sustainable, peaceful and productive law practice with just a tiny investment of your time.
In this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Aditi Juneja. Aditi is a lawyer, an immigrant, and a feminist who formerly led/co-created Resistance Manual and OurStates.org.
You can blame or target the person, thing, or event that initially caused the anger but the only thing you can change is your relationship to anger.
You do not owe anyone — this includes your clients and your job — the following: your health, your family, your sanity, your identity, or your integrity.
In this episode, I interviewed Okeoma Moronu, founder of The Happy Lawyer Project, LLC. We discuss the need to define and identify what happiness means on the personal level to achieve it on a consistent basis.
Today on the Resilient Lawyer, our guest Mike Ethridge returns for our discussion on creating your own happiness to delve into different methods of happiness achievement.
Mindfulness practice is hugely important and beneficial for learning to be comfortable with uncertainty. By definition, being mindful means being in the present moment and catching ourselves when playing the 1,001 ways in which this thing can go wrong game.
Today on the Resilient Lawyer, our guest Mike Ethridge discusses how creating a sense of community within the workplace can both bolster personal happiness and create a better sense of communal well-being.
In today’s episode, Jack and I discuss the important connection between a healthy mind, spirit, and body and how to achieve a balance in such a turbulent field of work.