30-Day Habit

July 26, 2012

Lauren: Is there something you have always wanted to try, but thought it might be too challenging? In his TED talk, Matt Cutts suggests that 30 days is just the amount of time you need to start a new habit, get rid of an old habit, or merely try something new. Trying something for 30 days can give a brand new perspective on life and allow you to really evaluate what you're spending your time doing. I think this relates really well to Lawline's core value of Driven To Find A Better Way. If you are constantly trying to find new ways to improve, eventually you will find things that stick that can truly change how you live.

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Written by Ambassador Ann

Our Office Ambassador, Ann, has been at Lawline for 7 years. When she was hired, we told her that the most important part of the position would be to make people happy. She hasn’t let us down from then on. It’s with pride she makes sure the culture stays strong, everyone has what they need, and everything is working smoothly. Ann has said working at Lawline has been life-changing, for the better. Outside the office, she enjoys spontaneous trips, video games, and spoiling her two cats, Bishop and Lady Iris.

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