What Matters Most

After practicing law for over a decade, I am now more convinced than ever that my well-being began to deteriorate the very second I was first made to start tracking my productivity in 6-minute increments.  That is a way of practicing law–and living life–that lends itself well to self-abuse,  misplaced priorities, and abject misery . . . and it can be difficult to undo.

But, undo it I have.

These days, I am all about setting daily intentions.  This practice enables me to remain mindful of what truly matters; and helps me to act deliberately in preserving my true interests and advancing my real priorities.

 

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