Crafting a Meaningful Life and Career in the Law
A significant percentage of lawyers feel deeply unsatisfied in their personal and professional lives. This course will explore why and will identify different strategies lawyers can use to make intentional decisions about life choices, both related to everyday life and longer-term decision-making. Topics will include searching for meaning in your work by identifying your core values and prototyping, learning how to engage in deep work, incorporating gratitude, movement and mindfulness in your daily living, and creating a community of supporters.
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