We argue and fight for a living. Each and every day, we are immersed into conflict and competition. We work long hours, live under constant demand to be on top, and our clients depend on us to be top notch.
There is no room for mistakes and the pressure of practice comes at a high price physically, mentally and emotionally.
In our field, stress and anxiety are considered a given. Burnout? Just part of the job.
But what if that weren’t really the case?
What if, just as we strive to be the best in other areas of our lives, we could focus on taking the best possible care of our minds and see greater success as a result?