Technology doesn’t help us grow because it’s artificial. Real human growth happens naturally. That is, we grow more easily through face-to-face connections.
In this episode, we’ll explore what that means.

In this episode, you will hear about:

  • The power of face-to-face connection
  • Building real connections through community events
  • Creating  deeper connections that provide greater fulfillment
  • How lawyers can create more face-to-face interactions
  • Using email and phones for communication

Resources from this Episode

Journey to the Heart by Melody Beattie

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