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Does you always feel like you’re failing at your job, your personal life, your healthy habits, and everything else?

Does it seem like everyone else has their shit together more than you do?

Do you get anxious when you think about all the ways you could do better at work or be a better person?

You’re not alone. Perfectionism is an incredibly stressful way of thinking about yourself. And lawyers are particularly prone to thinking this way.

Believe it or not, it’s possible to learn how to feel better about yourself.

And it will actually make you better at your job.

Find out how to deal with perfectionism by downloading your free worksheet today.

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Kara Loewentheil, J.D., is a former federal appeals court clerk, reproductive rights litigator, academic, and think tank director who now happily spends her days running a boutique life coaching practice for law students and lawyers. Intimately acquainted with the unique challenges that lawyers face in their professional careers and personal lives, Kara works with her clients in person, by phone, or by video chat to teach them how to deal with stress, anxiety, workplace dissatisfaction, or personal challenges. As a Certified Life Coach, Kara uses cutting-edge cognitive-based techniques to teach her clients how to harness their specially trained lawyer brains. The result is lawyers who feel confident, happy, and excited about their jobs and their lives.

What Clients Say:

When I first started working with Kara, I was letting my stress take over my life. I felt totally out of control anytime something out of the ordinary happened. Whenever an uncomfortable feeling came up I would immediately shut down and not be able to accomplish anything.

All that changed through working with Kara. If you want to work with Kara, get ready to learn to laugh at yourself and grow from that supported place. Kara gave me the ability to be who I want to be, in all the aspects of my life.

– Rena R

You don’t have to keep feeling like a failure. 
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