The Lawyer's Guide to Balancing Life and Work: Taking the Stress Out of Success
Law Practice Management Section, American Bar Association, 1999 - 235 pages
Designed to help lawyers achieve personal and professional satisfaction in their careers, this guide offers seasoned wisdom for navigating a stress-free path through a career in law. Through practical and explorative exercises, lawyers learn how to identify habitual patterns, clearly evaluate past and current jobs, and discover self-empowerment, and how to apply this information to making healthy decisions. The exercises take personal facts from all aspects of a lawyer's complex life and arrange the information into simple, useful advice for making productive career choices. The book is peppered with informative and engaging anecdotes, and firsthand burnout experiences-offering remedies and direction for lawyers whose careers and lives are out of balance.
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