As lawyers, we value the mind. We value thinking. We value our analytical prowess. Yet, the thinking mind can be a terrible roommate. Often, lawyers
Lawyers struggle with a high rate of anxiety. It makes sense. We’re expected to deliver outcomes that are favorable to our clients, yet, have little
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.
What Can Law Firms Do To Promote Well-Being? Suggestions From National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being
Last week, the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being issued a 73-page report on “creating a movement to improve well-being in the legal profession.” The report
One of the core reasons for why there is still such a huge gap and lack of diversity and inclusion in our profession is because we continue to make excuses for perpetuating exclusion.
The one theme I see that comes up repeatedly with lawyers is unhappiness and discontentment. I often hear lawyers say, “I’m so unhappy at my
I’m creating a retreat that will provide the perfect gift of relaxation and rejuvenation with an intimate group of lawyers who wish to live a more balanced life.
One interesting observation I made during the month-long silent meditation retreat was how long it took before the phantom vibration went away. I’d constantly catch
You intuitively know that when you’re under a high amount of stress, experiencing anxiety or in full panic mode, it leads to bad decision making.
Anxiety is part of the mental landscape for many lawyers. I used to be an anxious lawyer (hence, the title of our book, The Anxious