Best Practices | FULL SHOW | #141
If you’re looking for more insight on yourself, your child, and your interactions with each other, you may want to listen in for some information on “dharma parenting.” Next, we chat with the editorial director of Working Mother about the 50 best law firms for women. | Download Full Episode # 141
Segment 1: Dharma Parenting | Download Segment 1
It’s always helpful to keep an open mind about different ways to parent your kids. Robert Keith Wallace’s book, “Dharma Parenting,” looks into the benefits of an alternative option for raising your children that involves “brain/body” types.
Segment 2: The Science Behind It | Download Segment 2
Ancient methods are all well and good in theory, but can they be backed up with science? Dharma parenting can! Robert Keith Wallace explores the research that has been done to show how beneficial this parenting style can be.
Take the quiz to find out your brain/body type here.
Segment 3: Meditation | Download Segment 3
As a mother, taking care of yourself is just as much a part of the job description as talking care of your kids. Did you know that one study showed a 48% reduction in heart attacks and strokes in people who practice meditation? It might be time to pick up a new hobby.
Segment 4: 50 Best Law Firms for Women | Download Segment 4
What major shifts in the world of law firms have occurred in the past years? Working Mother’s (@_workingmother_)Editorial Director, Jennifer Owens, explains the findings of this year’s 50 Best Law Firms for Women study.
Segment 5: Mentoring | Download Segment 5
How has sponsorship and mentoring in law firms changed since 2013? About half of all law offices were employing this practice back then. Can you guess how much it has grown since then?
Segment 6: Soon to Come | Download Segment 6
Can we get a sneak peek into upcoming issues of Working Mother Magazine (@_workingmother_)? Jennifer Owens is gracious enough to let us know what’s appearing in future editions!
Check out the article that features the 50 Best Law Firms here.
CreditsHost: Bettina Bush
Producer: Jason Masters
Production Asst: Joanne Bolden
Copy Editor: Sara Antonuccio
Robert Keith Wallace