How do you go from despair to hope on the bar exam? It’s a difficult journey and in this first part of a 3-part series, Jackson examines the challenges faced by bar exam applicants as they begin their studies. If you’ve failed your bar exam or feel like you could fail the bar, then it’s critical to change your thinking from despair to hope as soon as possible.
The key, he explains, is the attitude shift from despair to hope and finding the tools and resources to make the necessary transitions for effective and successful study for the bar exam.
In this episode, you’ll learn how the language, attitude, and actions of despair turn into hope when properly channeled and directed to positive and demonstrable outcomes.
By exploring the language, habits, and evidence of hope and comparing it to the habits of despair, it’s possible to gain momentum. The goal is to create an environment that allows for a focused, purposeful study approach that can lead to greater success.
In upcoming episodes in the series, we’ll look at the bridge from hope to belief and then from belief to expectation.
Part One: Despair to Hope
Part Two: Hope to Belief
Part Three: Belief to Expectation