And now for our thrilling conclusion on the topic of maintaining a positive mindset in law school.
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This month we continue our focus on maintaining a positive mindset in your first year of law school. More specifically, we get into your first year mindset and how easy that can turn negative if you let it. These are some ways to refocus your mindset, even when your first year is getting to you.
This month we continue our focus on maintaining a positive mindset in your first year of law school. These tips discuss specific things you can proactively do while you navigate your first year, but also serve as a reminder that you are not alone on this journey.
Last month we began our discussion about maintaining a positive mindset in law school and the importance of knowing the true purpose of law school. That first tip was a doozy. Today we focus on a few tips that you can implement while you are in your first year of law school to help refocus your mindset and get the most out of your studying.
As you get ready for your new endeavor into law school, you may have already started to receive unsolicited (or solicited) advice from others. Some or all of that advice may be “to eat, breath, and sleep the law.” This is the belief that if you are not studying 24/7 then you will not make it through law school. I am here to tell you that is not exactly true.