Last year, I gave a talk at Golden Gate University School of Law on Cultivating a Joyful Legal Career. When the dean for law career services invited me, I secretly panicked. "What do YOU know about joyful legal practice?" said my inner critic. I felt tremendous amount of pressure to come up with the "right answer." Oh, and I had 30 minutes to do this.
I shared my dilemma with my friend, Linda Alvarez. In Linda's typical wisdom, she suggested that I shouldn't be focusing on giving "the answer" but rather, suggesting questions for the audience to consider. Of course! I thought. That makes perfect sense. Each of us has our own idea and definition of...
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