Productivity


Friday Five

Five Moves Toward Paperless Perfection

By | Apr.04.14 | 1 Comment

When he started his solo practice, Bryan Sims knew he wanted a paperless firm: "I didn't want to pay for storage," he recalls. At ABA TECHSHOW 2014, Sims said a change of attitude [...]

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Get It Done!

Evernote Can Remember Every Business Card You Collect

By | Feb.26.14 | 12 Comments

No matter how technologically advanced we are as a society, we still follow a tradition that goes all the way back to the 1600s, when calling cards made their debut. Over the next [...]

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A Curmudgeon's Perspective

Project Management Basics: A Refresher for Lawyers

By | Jan.22.14 | 2 Comments

The recent Attorney at Work compilation about time management and productivity ("A Matter of Time: Time Management and Productivity Tips for Lawyers") got me thinking about how law[...]

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Get it done!

Sticking with Evernote: Post-its and Paper, Oh My!

By | Jan.14.14 | 3 Comments

Evernote was designed, as its tagline touts, to help you “remember everything.” In moving you toward that goal, Evernote's biggest asset is its agility — its ability to do wh[...]

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The Multitasking Mess

By | Jan.10.14 | 1 Comment

A few weeks ago, I was driving down C-470 listening to NPR, mentally checking my Christmas list and chatting with a passenger when a Science Friday feature about multitasking rivet[...]

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Balance

Smart Lawyers Take Microbreaks

By | Oct.07.13 | 18 Comments

Scientific studies show that taking a 30-second microbreak periodically during the day can reduce stress and increase productivity. One microbreak technique, in 30 seconds, will c[...]

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