With Randy Gage, CPAE
Hosted by Brad Rex, MBA (CEO) and Gina Carr, MBA (CMO), eVideoCounselor.
Time: Feb 19, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
During the COVID-19 crisis, millions have started to feel more stress and anxiety. Are you one of the many? Are you concerned that you’ve become a little too dependent on alcohol to relax?
Do you feel like you’re just not enjoying life like you thought that you would?
You’re not alone – a very high percentage of lawyers struggle with alcohol, drugs, depression, anxiety, stress, loneliness, and other mental health conditions.
The constant grind of phone and Zoom calls, the new “work from home” life, and your client’s demands make life pretty overwhelming.
When you’re working so hard, it’s really tough to manage your mental health, which is why we’re here to provide an exciting webinar with New York Times Best Selling author Randy Gage on Friday, February 19.
Randy is a true visionary focused on helping break the rut of day-to-day life through a concept he calls Radical Rebirth.
His program will focus on how you, as a legal professional, can build your practice or career by taking good care of yourself first through professional development.
Randy will share how his struggles with addiction and relationships propelled him into a mode of continuous reinvention which helps him enjoy life more.
He will share these strategies and tactics with you so that you can start enjoying your life more.
Radical Rebirth is a wakeup call for anyone who wakes up one day to discover they don’t really like the person they’ve become.
We’re offering this free webinar to help you uncover strategies to transform your outlook and feel refreshed.
Even better, this webinar counts for 0.5 CLE credits with several bar organizations*, so you can take one more item off your long to-do list.
CLE credits approved:
– Wyoming State Bar – approved for 0.5 CLE credits
– The Florida Bar – approved for 0.5 CLE credits (#4538 – General including Mental Illness)
*eVideoCounselor.com is a member benefit of the following bar organizations:
– The Florida Bar
– Philadelphia Bar Association
– Wyoming State Bar