Four Tools to Rebuild Resilience

By Judith Gordon
Stressed at work.

Stressed at work.

Resilience—one’s ability to recover quickly, and grow, from adversity—plays a key role in the success of lawyers who thrive in the legal profession. Lawyers face adversity every day, but fortunately, resilience is an adaptive skill that can be developed and refined. With four steps we can build new neural pathways that serve to make resilience one’s default mode, resulting in increased productivity and feeling better.

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