One Tool You Can Use to Manage Client Related Stress
Learn how you can remove the stress from your life that prevents you from building the life that you thought you would have after becoming a lawyer
How have the last two years impacted your ability to practice law zealously?
More client work with less time, less administrative support, and less mentorship?
Less sleep - 5 hours per night sounds dreamy?
Less connection with your best friends, lover(s), family, and other people you care about?
Is your stomach constantly in knots, does your head constantly hurt, or does your back kill you?
While this may feel like it's just what has to happen to be a lawyer, and your colleagues are doing the same thing, it actually doesn't have to be this way. You CAN feel better, connect with others, and have a robust life outside of your firm.
In other words, you CAN go ahead and take the time to get your first haircut in 2 years . . .
That's why I decided to host a free webinar on helping women in law build the lives they sought when they became lawyers.
One Tool You Can Use to Lose the Stress, and Please Your Clients and Boss is here to turn this around.
Learn how you can remove the stress from your life that prevents you from building the life you thought you would have after becoming a lawyer.
Is this for you?
Sign up here!
When is One Tool You Can Use to Manage Client Related Stress?
They will be monthly through November.
The next date and time are October 18, 2022 7:30 p.m. EDT/4:30 p.m. PDT.
All sessions will be recorded, but are much better if you are there LIVE.
Who is leading this webinar?
Michelle Thompson, JD, PhD is the maverick behind Resistant Vision Coaching and Consulting, LLC.
We work with women in law who work 90 hours per week to prove that they can thrive as lawyers to build the lives they sought when they originally became lawyers.
If you never figure out setting boundaries for yourself, you will always be working 80 - 90 hours a week and never sleep soundly because you're always worried about your clients, bosses, and promotions without enjoying the things you like in your life and building the community you seek.