Getting Things Done, for Lawyers
How to implement the Getting Things Done (GTD) productivity system in your law practice.
How to Organize Paperless Client Files
Organize paperless client files exactly how you organize paper files now.
Remember the Milk: Still the Best To-Do/Task Management Software
Remember the Milk has all the features you might need, and while it is dead simple to use, it is also as powerful as you might want it to be.
Make Goals Instead of Resolutions for 2012
Most New Year resolutions are vague and tough to measure. This year, instead of vague resolutions, make concrete goals for yourself in 2012.
Should Lawyers Use Getting Things Done (GTD)?
Implementing GTD might be a solid move, especially for lawyers and law firms that are finding they have issues staying on top of everything.
Top Creativity Productivity Boosters
What can you do to boost your creativity? The top two things you can do are carry a journal and turn off the television. Are you up to the challenge?
Use Taskforce with Gmail to Increase Productivity
How lawyers can use Taskforce for Gmail to increase their daily productivity.
Smartphones Make Phone Calls Too
Why attorneys should make phone calls and avoid sending e-mails.
Use Evernote to Streamline Processes and Increase Productivity
Create and sync documents between your mobile device, computer, and the web with Evernote
Optimize Your Morning Productivity
How attorneys can maximize their productivity in the morning.
Basic Knowledge Management for Lawyers
Knowledge management takes work, but it takes less work than not doing knowledge management.
Stress Management for Overwhelmed Lawyers
Stress management is important for lawyers to maintain productivity. These strategies can help you avoid the paralysis that comes with feeling overwhelmed.
Producteev: Task and Project Management Software Works with You
Producteev is collaborative, connected task and project management software well worth a look.
Too Much Organization Can Be a Bad Thing
Technology can make staying organized a task within itself, and may not be worth the trouble.
Improve Your Practice with an Uncluttered Office
Why should lawyers care about clutter? A cluttered office wastes time, money and energy.