What constitutes the law of attraction in comebacks, at least among JDs? It could be a seamless combination of the push derived from suffering and the smarts broken loose from errors in judgment and strategy.
In THE NEW YORK TIMES, former New York governor Mario Cuomo opined that his son and comeback from the political wilderness Andrew Cuomo should be a U.S. president. We hardly remember that not so long ago Andrew was out of political office and a marriage with a Kennedy.
Now, he is a role model for the edge which can come from hitting bottom. One evangelist for bottoming out is executive coach Henry Cloud. His book "Necessary Endings" is a bible for these volatile times.
If Andrew does run in 2016, he may be up against another comeback JD Hillary Clinton. She had lost her presidential bid and had to embrace the defeat might have been helped along by her own husband Bill. But she got back up, dusted herself off, and is now U.S. Secretary of State. Some Hillary watchers see her as more confident and savvy about her public persona than she had been.
If you are a JD or a law student who is in despair, you might just be in the catbird seat. You could be ready to do what it takes to succeed in a big way.
Complimentary consultation available if you want to check out if coaching will be useful. Please contact Jane Genova email@example.com. Sliding scale fees.