BONUS: Hosts Drs. Kevin Harris and Lauren S. Tashman discuss their conversation with Elise Holtzman, President, The Lawyer’s Edge. Highlights include their discussion about how pressure can be a matter of perspective, the emotionally driven nature of sections of the human brain, and where the feeling of belongingness originates. They also discuss the importance of focusing more on what you are doing than what others are doing, and continue their discussions on the importance of rest.
Elise Holtzman, President, The Lawyer’s Edge
Have you found your sweet spot? In this episode, Kevin and Lauren speak with Elise Holtzman, a former attorney, and now a coach and consultant for lawyers. Elise shares her path to becoming a lawyer and how becoming a parent of a child with special needs led to her becoming a coach. She discusses the impact of environment on one’s path, how impostor syndrome might be a common shared experience that doesn’t often get discussed, and that having a baby really shifted her experience with gender differences in the workplace. Elise shares how she’s learning to be a human being not just a human doing, that it’s okay for your life to be how you want it to be, and the value of self-acceptance.
Alycia Powell, Co-Founder of Champions for Philanthropy
If you realized you weren’t passionate about a goal you already started pursuing, would you keep going or quit? In this episode, we speak with Alycia Powell, Co-Founder of Champions for Philanthropy, a consulting agency that helps professional athletes build, launch, manage and promote their philanthropic interests and goals. Alycia takes us on her journey starting out with her pursuit at an early age of a career in law, to the decision to co-found a company and take the leap to pursue that full-time, through to now where she shares what she’s learning about herself during the pandemic.