Many of us know we should probably meditate more to help reduce stress, improve brain functioning and even to reduce pain. But as with lots of good intentions, we forget, get frustrated or just flat-out don’t know where to start.

Here’s a little secret: You can meditate for as little as two minutes a day, and you don’t have to do it perfectly. With an open mind, patience and consistency, any lawyer can begin to benefit from this mindfulness practice.

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