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#167: What it Means to Be a Better Lawyer

Everything we believe about ourselves is a perception.

We create these perceptions based on what society has fed us including our family, friends, and even the other lawyers we work with in the office.

Once we deconstruct the perceptions we have of ourselves and others, we can decide exactly who we want to be in this world.

If you're reading this, you want to grow.

You want to grow as a human, make your practice easier, and expand how you show up in the world.

You've always been a hard worker, but have you ever asked yourself why doing the work to grow so hard?

It's hard because it means challenging our perceptions of ourselves and the world around us.

It's hard because it's easier to accept what we've always believed as fact than change how we think.

In this episode, I'm sharing how perceptions impact how lawyers show up for themselves and their clients.

Once we start peeling back the superficial layers of our perceptions like an onion, we can expand our ability to:

  • trust ourselves more
  • allow things to be easier
  • release old stories we've held onto

There are a few questions I pose in that I invite you to answer for yourself.

Once you do, you'll find growth easier and discover what it means to be a better lawyer for yourself.



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