Our job as attorneys often calls for us to be objective, detached and above-the-fray.
Law school taught us to be logical, commonsensical and compliant.
This emphasis on rationality helps us excel as attorneys.
But rationality can fail us when there is a disconnect between what we need to do as an attorney, and how we feel being an attorney.
When we don’t like being an attorney (and feel anxious, unhappy, disconnected or like a fraud), we can’t just dismiss these feelings.
Rather, we need to find a new way to get our arms around these feelings and understand how they can actually be the guidance we’ve always wanted to a more successful, aligned and happier life.
I shot this short 3:13 minute video below to help you begin to understand how listening to how you feel can be the first step to achieving the life you’ve always wanted to live.
If you’re serious about exploring how to leave the law, I’d suggest you act now on some easy-to-take babysteps we have here at Leave Law Behind:
First, consider the $1 trial for the Leave the Law membership program. We’re closing this trial down in the coming weeks, so now would be a good time to start: http://leavelawbehind.com/leave-the-law-$1-trial.
Also, if you’re interested in the Leave Law Behind coaching with me, sign up for a free 15 minute phone call. The coaching prices are increasing in the next few weeks, so act now.
I can’t force you to leave the law and be happy. But if you are ready, I can help.