Article after article, survey after survey, we keep reading about how most lawyers are stressed, overworked, and dissatisfied with their careers. Yet, in law school especially, we continue to receive the same career advice—join a law firm, follow ranks, work long hours, subscribe to the traditional way of doing things, and so on. Fuel the Spark is an introspective guide to helping lawyers break from the mold and find what works for them on a personal level to achieve a satisfying and rewarding career and life. It is a great guide to blending ethical values with one’s daily life and work to find personal satisfaction and I would highly recommend it to anyone concerned that they are not achieving their maximum potential.
Read the latest review of the law student version of Fuel The Spark Here:
The most recent review of my book, Fuel the Spark: 5 Guiding Values for Success in Law School and Beyond is titled: “Buddha Goes to Law School.” I like that.
It was never my intention for this to Buddhist book, but if that’s the framework someone uses to contextualize the content, I’m fine with that. I’m fine with it being Christian, or Toaist, or Muslim, or Wicca. The goal is to make a lot of people a little bit happier and if people want to put the content into a spiritual or religious context, so be it.