Why Lawyers Should Embrace, Not Ridicule, Mindfulness

Lawyer Susan Cartier Liebel blogs, “I find this war ridiculous but professional infighting is unfortunately nothing new.  And it stems from the idea that if you talk about anything else other than the client,anything lawyer-centric, somehow you are not client-centric and hardworking and are unworthy of your license. Practicing mindfulness and being client-centric are not mutually exclusive concepts, people.”  Read the Blog

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  1. Lawyers can do several things to alleviate or reduce the anxiety that comes with the job. You have to be able to step back and assess what’s going on. Often, lawyers are in that mode of constantly pushing forward, without taking the time to stop and reflect. This is where personal and professional balance can make a difference. You don’t have to put in 12- to 14-hour days to be a good lawyer. In fact, working too hard and pushing yourself too much can lessen your effectiveness.

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