Ever feel like life is passing you by -- because you're a lawyer?
It can seem like the law expects us to give up on our personal life, our families, our hobbies, and our health in order to get everything done.
But you and I both know that those sacrifices don't make you a better person -- or a better lawyer.
Maybe you've tried setting goals, learned new software or apps, started a mindfulness practice, or took more CLEs to solve your problems, to no avail.
Maybe you've doubted whether you belong in the law, but you still believe in your work.
It's ok. You're in the right place.
You can shed years of impostor syndrome, perfectionism and procrastination that have made you doubt your skills and your place in this profession.
You can learn to love being a lawyer, and have a thriving and fulfilling life outside of the law. Really.
The real solution to work-life balance, better time management, and self-confidence for lawyers like us is in doing the opposite of what most lawyers do.
Click below to find out how.