by Jeena Cho – The Anxious Lawyer

What if you could create a more sustainable, peaceful, and productive law practice in just 6-minutes a day?

Mindful Pause is a self-paced online course designed by a lawyer for lawyers.

Regular, deliberate practice over a sustained period of time is the key to better lawyering. Because, just like the practice of law, managing stress also requires PRACTICE.

Is your solution to double down and do more? Work harder.Take on more obligations. Make more sacrifices. How’s it working for you?

I’ve been there… Losing sleep because you’re worrying about your clients’ problems. Constantly trying to see around corners.

Want to know a secret? Being a lawyer doesn’t have to be this way.

I’m intimately familiar with the struggles of lawyering.

Seven years ago, I had constant, chronic anxiety and was diagnosed with social anxiety disorder. I started my career as an assistant state attorney in 2004, and have been practicing bankruptcy law since 2009.

I have seen firsthand the power of adding a simple mindfulness and meditation practice to my daily life.

Spend just 0.1 hour, everyday to prioritize your own well-being. Get more of what you love out of being a lawyer, while moving beyond the negativity and anxiety that has held you back.

Of all the 0.1 hours you dedicate to your clients, isn’t your well-being worth a single six minute? If you’re anything like ‘the average attorney,’ you’ll bill about 150 hours working for clients each month and over 200 hours at work over all. That’s a lot of time dedicated to other people’s needs! You deserve a little time for yourself.

Set aside just .1 hours a day— a mere 1.5% of your working time — to pause, breathe and become a happier you.

To learn more about the Mindful Pause Course visit

Chelsey Lambert

Chelsey Lambert

Chelsey Lambert is a Legal Technology Specialist, published Author and CLE Speaker. As a former Practice Management Advisor for the Chicago Bar Association, and Vice President of Marketing for a leading case management provider she has seen our industry from many angles. Today, she works with vendors to bring their products or emerging technologies into the marketplace. And, teaches legal technology courses to lawyers all over the country sharing different ways technology can benefit their law firm. As Founder of Lex Tech Review and Lex Tech Media Group she welcomes the opportunity to chat!