In law school, they try to teach you to “think like a lawyer.” But that’s only a small piece of the puzzle of being a lawyer.
This blog is about the other pieces. I will focus mainly on developing emotional intelligence, mindfulness, calmness, mental fortitude, time management, and other life skills.
Today’s skill: gratitude.
Studies show that gratitude promotes happiness, health, sleep, calmness, longevity, and more.
Taking just a few moments to write down who or what you’re grateful for has immense rewards.
Call to action: write down five things you’re grateful for.
Anything counts. Your parents, the Universe, memories, opportunities, life, wealth, health.
If you’re a real daredevil, you can try a gratitude visualization.
Goal: Make everyday Thanksgiving.