Uncertainty is the best thing that can happen to lawyers

Uncertainty is the best thing that can happen to lawyers

30 May 2021 By Robyn Tongol
Kate Cliff

Ten years ago, lawyer-turned-meditation instructor Kate Cliff was hit by a car, which up-ended her life. Looking back, she believes that turbulence and trauma can help legal professionals better navigate their day-to-day lives.

On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy welcomes back Kate Cliff to reflect on the lessons from her life-changing accident 10 years ago, how the trauma of that period changed her professional direction away from law and toward wellness, and what she is imparting upon lawyers moving forward from her own experiences.

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The pair also discuss the impacts of the age of coronavirus on lawyers, how such uncertainty can be a good thing for lawyers to be more in touch with their needs, and why it is easier than ever for lawyers to start meditating to improve their personal and professional existences.

  

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