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E-Discovery, Information Governance & Cyber Security Section News


Posted on: Jan 23, 2019

From QDiscovery:

When we have too much or too little energy devoted to one or more Chakra, the sense of feeling fearful, overemotional and indecisive can overcome the normal balance and communication between the mind and body. This unbalance can create nervousness, anxiety, insecurity, insomnia, headaches and confusion. Incorporating UZIT self-care modalities such as mindful movements, breath awareness, Reiki and meditation will promote the flow of alignment between Chakras. The body can function and the mind can stay present to manage the day to day chaos we encounter.

As an experienced eDiscovery Project Manager, my main focus is to keep my assigned cases “balanced” and yes, avoid potential chaos. eDiscovery is ever evolving with new rules, tools and workflows to allow costs to be more transparent and the overall project to be defensible. However, just as the body needs chakra energy alignment, our eDiscovery projects also need a balanced flow. The EDRM, which we’ll call the “eDiscovery Wheel House” is the underlying alignment that keeps the flow of an eDiscovery project in check. Similar to the Seven Chakras of the body, the seven EDRM steps provide the basis to keep the “wheel house” aligned to stay calm in what can at times feel like explosive chaos.

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