Special Guest | The Impact of Daily & Weekly Rhythms

May 27, 2020
Justin Earley
Lawyer, Speaker and Author
https://www.thecommonrule.org/
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Daily and weekly rhythms impact even the mundane of our lives in an extraordinary way.

Steve Perkins is back this week to talk about the importance of rhythms with special guest, Justin Earley: Lawyer, Speaker and Author of The Common Rule. Together they discuss how our habits form us into the people we are becoming, and why it matters to keep rhythms in our lives.  

This is such an important and timely episode - we think you’re going to love it as much as we do!

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About Justin -

Justin Whitmel Earley graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in English Literature before spending four years in Shanghai, China, teaching and writing. He got his law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center and he now practices business law, writes and speaks in Richmond, Virginia.

He began his career in the M&A practice at McGuireWoods, and is now building a business law practice at the Earley Legal Group, alongside his dad and brother. 

In addition to business law, Justin frequently writes and speaks on habits, wellness and mental health in the legal profession.

He is married to Lauren and has four sons – Whit, Asher, Coulter and Shep. His book on formational habits, The Common Rule – Habits of Purpose for an Age of Distraction, was published by InterVarsity Press in February of 2019. You can learn more about cultivating a formational set of habits at www.thecommonrule.org and more about his law practice at www.earleylegalgroup.com.

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Important Links:

Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage
Justin's book, The Common Rule
The Earley Legal Group | thecommonrule.org

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