Purposeful engagement is directly linked to a person's overall well-being and quality of life. At the Yale School of Management, every MBA student takes a class on purpose at work. Unfortunately, my law school didn't offer a class on a purpose at work. In fact, law school was primarily focused on creating individuals who "think like lawyers." How do lawyers think? What are we really being taught in law school and how is that serving the legal profession or the world at large?