Free Webinar: 20 Minutes Can Change Your Life
Host: Nora Riva Bergman
When: Thursday, April 21st at 12PM EST
CLE: Accredited in Florida. 1.0 Hours of General CLE
Description: Do you ever feel like your day is one, long series of interruptions? You start the day with your to do list in hand, or at least you have an idea in your head of what you want to accomplish. Then you turn around and it’s 6:00. The day is gone and you’re left wondering what you did.
If this is you, you’re not alone. The bad news is interruptions are taking a toll on your practice and your life. The good news is you can change things. You just need to learn how to take control of your calendar and get rid of needless interruptions. You can do this. By getting rid of some bad habits and creating some new ones, you’ll learn that 20 minutes really can change your life.
Participants will learn several time management strategies designed to reduce interruptions, increase focus, and improve productivity and effectiveness.
As a coach and Practice Advisor with Atticus, Nora is dedicated to helping attorneys create the lives and law practices they dreamed of when they were in law school. She knows the frustrations that attorneys experience every day and is committed to helping them change their lives for the better.
As a licensed attorney since 1992, Nora brings a deep understanding of the practice and business of law to her work as coach and Practice Advisor. She has practiced as an employment law attorney and certified mediator and has served as a professor at both Stetson University College of Law and the University of South Florida, teaching courses in alternative dispute resolution and negotiation. In addition, Nora has been a speaker at conferences for the American Bar Association, The National Association of Bar Executives, The Florida Bar and other national and regional legal organizations. She has also served for eight years as the Executive Director of a voluntary bar association with over 1,000 members.
Nora received an undergraduate degree in journalism, summa cum laude, from the University of South Florida and her J.D., cum laude, from Stetson University College of Law, where she was a member of the law review and served as a mentor for incoming students.