Should You Get "WordPress in One Hour For Lawyers"?

I’ll spare you the suspense. Yes, get the book! I relished the opportunity to read and review this book for two reasons: the sleepless nights I spent years ago pulling out my hair trying to learn the software and build my own WordPress blog and website, and the author – Jennifer Ellis. I’ve known Jennifer […]

Getting Fit on 10,000 Steps a Day

Exercise is one of the three pillars of health. (The other two, according to Czeisler at the Harvard Medical School, are exercise and eating well.) And, better health and well-being lead to increased productivity. But, if you’re not a gym rat or have gimpy knees that keep you from training for a marathon, walking will […]

5 Daily Productivity Practices To Reduce Stress and Get Things Done

We’re asked to to more with less help while putting up with ever increasing interruptions. Throw in rabbit holes like Facebook, Twitter, and BuzzFeed at our fingertips and staying productive has become more challenging than ever. But all is not lost. Take these steps to stay focused, reduce stress, and keep the productivity engine chugging. […]

App of the Week: Springpad – Your New Personal Assistant

Here at Legal Productivity, we sure do love Evernote and Pinterest. But what if we could combine our two loves? We can. Springpad combines the note-taking and organizing abilities of Evernote with the ability to easily “pin” and save webpages, photos, articles, recipes, etc. Springpad is your new “personal assistant.” It can organize your life and increase your […]

Webinar: The Art of Storytelling in Court & Beyond

The world greatest leaders tell stories to convey their points. Do you? In this competitive marketplace attorneys need to story tell more than ever. Stories help make your points more memorable, allow you to connect with juries, increase intake, and win people over. Stories build relationships, they create a visual, making your message resonate and […]