Encourage Mindfulness in Your Legal Practice

By Dr. Ken Broda-Bahm: 

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As the new year begins, it is the time for resolutions. If you’re like many lawyers –- constantly under the pull of future plans and deadlines –- a good resolution might be to “live in the present moment,” or as the Zen masters say, to “be here, now.” That goal can be elusive, at least for me. Even as I’m finishing one task (like this blog post, for example), I generally am thinking about the next one. But the goal of giving more focus to the present moment is not a bad one. And the benefits are more practical than one might think. In a recent study (Hafenbrack et al., 2013), for example, researchers found that encouraging just 15 minutes of mindful, present attention dramatically reduces the impacts of a persistent psychological bias.

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http://www.persuasivelitigator.com/2014/01/encourage-mindfulness.html

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