Well-Being is defined as; “a continuous process in which Lawyers strive for thriving in each dimension of their lives.”
Because this is a process, not a series of goals, we need to have practices to help keep us in the process of expressing each dimension of ourselves.
A simple exercise that can help us keep on track, particularly in the Occupational and the Spiritual dimensions, is to ask ourselves these simple questions and review them every day:
Often, we get in a rut and forget to pay attention to why we want to do the work we are doing. It becomes “something I am doing because I am doing it”. These questions will help you remember the purpose of your work and why you want to do it.
Note: Awe refers to sense of magnitude and importance. It helps us see that something, in this case the work, or profession, is larger than our present experience.