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This tip is provided by Diane Ebersole with the State Bar of Michigan.
Time management may be one of the most crucial factors in determining the success or failure of every attorney, but especially the solo small firm attorney. There are books, seminars, blogs, software applications for your computer and your cell phone, plus time management specialists all devoted to helping you learn to manage your time. Who has time for all of that? If you recognize the need, but don’t know where to start, read “How to Manage Not to Waste Your Time” by Donna Seyle. Donna writes frankly and succinctly about her “less-than-productive time management system” and how she is working to change it. Her post shares a list of 10 applicable concepts to help every attorney improve their personal time management skills. It is a quick read too!
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