“So much of the stress is self-manufactured in one’s mind, and once someone becomes masters in their mind, they can be masters of their world.”
Reflecting on today’s Daily Fire by Brendon Burchard, I couldn’t help but dive deep into the essence of managing stress, the art of manufacturing emotions, and the critical skill of navigating through overwhelm. It’s a powerful reminder that the chaos we experience is often of our own making, detracting us from the joy and calm of the present moment.
As lawyers, mastering this skill is not just beneficial—it’s essential. Our days are filled with clients in crisis, stress-laden situations, and constant challenges that can quickly derail our focus and momentum. The ability to not zoom in on the negatives, avoid thought stacking, and maintain composure sets us apart in our practice.
Some clients manage the stress of their cases better than others, and here’s an essential tip: rely on your attorney. Trust in their expertise allows you to move forward in life without being consumed by stress and speculation about the outcomes of your case.
Today’s Daily Fire hit the mark, especially in the legal field. It’s a potent reminder that we often create emotional states, leading to unnecessary stress and overwhelm. It’s challenging enough dealing with our issues, but taking on others’ stresses amplifies this challenge significantly.
So, this Tuesday, ask yourself: Are you manufacturing emotions that lead to stress and overwhelm? Can you, like me, find ways to improve how we handle these situations?
Let’s commit to mastering our minds, and thereby, our world.
Keep Up The Momentum.
David J. Bruno, Esq
Certified Criminal Trial Attorney by the NJ Supreme Court