the lawyer stress solution
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I know, I know. You don’t think there is a solution for lawyer stress. The good news is, you’re wrong. I’ve been a high-powered lawyer, so I know what I’m talking about. And now that I’m a life coach for lawyers, I’m sharing what I know with you. If you’re a lawyer and you feel anxious, stressed out, or overwhelmed by your job, this podcast is for you.

Every Wednesday I’ll share a new episode that teaches you concrete strategies for dealing with the many challenges of lawyer life. From overwhelming workloads to underwhelming assignments, from arguments in court to arguments at home, I’ll be teaching you cognitive-based techniques developed specifically to address the unconscious patterns created by lawyer brain.

Tune in to learn:

  • What creates “lawyer brain” and why it can be a problem.
  • How to deal with the unique challenges that law practice creates.
  • How to improve your efficiency and productivity while lowering your stress.
  • How to manage difficult relationships in and out of the office.
  • How to know whether you need to quit your job – and what to do instead.

To be eligible to win free coaching all you have to do is submit a review on iTunes!

It’s as easy as 1-2-3. Just follow the steps below:

Step 1: Visit the show in iTunes

Step 2: Subscribe to the podcast.

Step 3: Rate and write a review.

Once that’s done, submit your name, email, and the title of your iTunes review below, and you’ll be automatically entered. I’ll contact the winners via email each week starting in May.

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    Kara Loewentheil is a former litigator, academic, and think tank director who now runs a boutique life coaching practice for lawyers. As a certified cognitive life coach, her coaching work focuses on teaching lawyers how to reduce stress, improve time management, balance their workload and personal lives, and create a sustainable and enjoyable legal practice. Before launching her coaching practice Ms. Loewentheil ran the Public Rights / Private Conscience Project at Columbia Law School, held academic fellowships at Yale and Columbia, and litigated in state and federal court. Ms. Loewentheil clerked on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and is a cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School and Yale University.