Paralegal Podcast Episode 61

It’s Time to Celebrate Your Wins!

In this solo episode of the Paralegals on Fire! Podcast Show, Ann Pearson encourages you to reflect on the past year and reminds us of the importance of celebrating your wins throughout your paralegal career.

Show Highlights

  • Why writing down your wins has positive effects on your mental health
  • What to consider a win – big or small – personal or professional
  • How to get in the habit of celebrating your wins

Other Podcast Episodes of Interest

Episode 17: A Better Way to Achieve Your Goals

Episode 13: 8 Mindsets That Could Be Hurting Your Paralegal Career

Episode 47: How to Get Your Attorney to Invest in Your Career Development

Episode 51: We Should All be so Lucky to Work at this Firm

Visit Main Paralegal Podcast Page to listen to all of our episodes.

Your Actionable Strategies

In all of our podcast episodes, we try to give paralegals actionable strategies that they can take away from the show because we know your time is valuable.

In this podcast episode, Ann Pearson shares 3 actionable strategies for celebrating your wins this year and going forward.

  1. Sit down before the end of the year and write down 12 wins. One for each month of the year.
  2. Mark your calendar every Friday afternoon with a reminder to document your wins for the week.
  3. Share your wins with us! Comment below with one of your 12 wins for the year so we can all celebrate with you.

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