The Lawyer's Guide to Balancing Life & Work: Taking the Stress Out of Success
American Bar Association, 2006 - 261 pages
The Lawyer's Guide to Balancing Life and Work, Second Edition is about how the law fits inside you, not how you fit inside the law. Making space for creativity and passion within your current workplace and at home can yield enormous emotional rewards. In the end, this book will support you whether you stay in the law, shift your law practice, or move on to other work. This book is the tool you need to make healthy decisions and welcome the passion back into your life!
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Discordant NotesHours and Tenure
Journey on the Underground Railroad
EVALUATING OUR STORY
New Tools for Old Issues
Creating an Action Plan
CreativityLoss and Recapture
StressThe Elephant in the Workplace
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