New Book Alert: “The Best Lawyer You Can Be: A Guide to Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual Wellness”

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The Best Lawyer You Can Be

We have a brand-new book for you! The ABA Law Practice Division is very excited to announce the release of The Best Lawyer You Can Be: A Guide to Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual Wellness. It’s no secret that individual lawyers are under siege in a profession with a high incidence of stress, divorce, substance abuse, and suicide. In this groundbreaking multi-dimensional collection, you can find tools and information that enable you to have both a successful career and a happy, satisfied life. These tools will teach you how to harness the transformative power of being more relational and less transactional.

The earmark of happy lawyers is the development of emotional intelligence, resilience, and mindfulness practice. The book provides the keys to the kingdom, what is essential to thrive in the competitive environment of lawyering. The material comes from recognized experts who provide step-by-step behavioral guidance of what you need to do. The material is easily accessible. Each chapter has a summary and conclusion. Follow the wisdom and it’s guaranteed to change your life and career.

Many lawyers are not convinced that they can find material personal and professional benefit by taking care of themselves. Even if they are interested in better self-care, tackling the many elements of leading a more healthy life can be daunting for hard-working professionals. Lawyer Wellbeing provides accessible and practical insights and tools from which even the most skeptical and overwhelmed can immediately pick and choose in order to start on an individual path to better mental and emotional health and success in their chosen field and beyond.

Miriam J. Frank, Leader, Talent Management Consulting, Major, Lindsey & Africa

To order a copy of The Best Lawyer You Can Be: A Guide to Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual Wellness today, visit the ABA Webstore.

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