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David Zinger

I had never thought about positive psychology in relationship to law school or lawyers. I think if you reach student lawyers early like this it might be a real help to their long term career.

Dave Shearon

Thanks, Josh! I'd like to get together. Saw Julie last week at a TBA Attorney Well-Being Task Force meeting, so I know work's still going on at Vandy in this area. I'll get in touch.

Josh Perry

Dave-
This is fantastic. Very helpful. We need to get together and catch up. It's been too long since last December in north GA.

joshperry@juno.com

Best,
Josh

Senia.com

Wow!

Dave, what a great post! This is a summary of Positive Psychology applied to law. I really really really like it!

I love summarizes in general. And I love this one in particular because it's so specific on actions to take. I also love that Tal phrase about exercise. And your step 6 is very fun about doing the previous steps with friends.

And I really like your last point about intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation.

Thanks!
S.

Senia.com

Wow!

Dave, what a great post! This is a summary of Positive Psychology applied to law. I really really really like it!

I love summarizes in general. And I love this one in particular because it's so specific on actions to take. I also love that Tal phrase about exercise. And your step 6 is very fun about doing the previous steps with friends.

And I really like your last point about intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation.

Thanks!
S.

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