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My name is Angela Han, and I am obsessed with
all things health. I am a healthcare lawyer, a
personal trainer, a wellness coach, and a yoga
instructor. I help busy lawyers overcome their
physical and mental challenges through wellness training.
I found my life’s purpose from my biggest
pain point: my own health journey

Disclaimer: This podcast is not to be confused with the personal training services provided by Tricia Schafer's Fit to Practice program based in Arizona. Please visit her amazing services at

Aug 31, 2021

Mental health, in and of itself, is an under discussed topic in the legal profession, and a niche area that is even less discussed is mental health for men in the law. Today I speak with Mark Yacano, who is a director at Major Lindsey and Africa and also hosts the podcast Erasing the Stigma: Conversations about Mental...

Aug 24, 2021

In this episode with Winter Wheeler, a former litigator turned mediator now in very high demand, we talk about the four cornerstones of Winter’s mediation strategy: emotional intelligence, cultural knowledge, cultural immersion, and genuine empathy. We talk about how it can be easy to believe that culture, feelings,...

Aug 17, 2021

Money is still a taboo topic. We are afraid to talk about it because we might feel like we have more debt than other people, make less than other people, and are not making the right decisions the way other people might be making. When it comes to money, because it is such an objective unit of measurement, it is easy...

Aug 10, 2021

In moments of utter confusion or just blankness, it’s hard to find the answers you’re looking for. But how can you find answers if you don’t know what questions to ask? In this episode with Anya Smirnova, a former lawyer and now coach in the UK, talks about some of the most unexpected changes in her life that led...

Aug 3, 2021

The title of the podcast episode sounds common and maybe even easy. As if that is something that we are supposed to do. Turn difficult experiences into good things. But the reality is, it isn’t. It often feels nearly impossible to turn something traumatic into something good. And today, I talk about this with...