In "Getting Things Done," productivity guru David Allen says dictation is one way to get what's in your head out, and make it useable. I agree. Dictation can help get more stuff done with less effort. Especially when it's not just “documents” that you dictate. If you can intelligently formulate a request and speak it, you can delegate it — and get it off your to-do list. You can speak much faster than you can write or type. Besides, even if you type fast (with more than four fingers), do you want to be the only person involved in creating all the documents, spreadsheets, reports, letters, stipulations and other documents required to run your practice every day? ... READ THE RESTJune 17, 2015 0 0 0
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