ABI Reporter – December 2020

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ABI Reporter – December 2020

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IN THIS ISSUE:
  • Pay It Forward
  • Eight Productivity Tools and Habits for Court Reporters
  • Learn How to Avoid Being Derailed When it Comes to Your Retirement Security
  • Friday Nights Bring CRR Practice and Inspiration
  • Learning About the Luminex II
  • Smart Devices Aren’t Always So Smart
  • Top Five Tips for Choosing Strong Password

From the President

Hello,

Welcome to the December issue of the ABI Reporter. This issue includes articles that provide tips on productivity, field-related topics, and technology. Enjoy!

As the holiday season approaches, I’d like to thank you all for your continuous support during this uncertain year. I hope you have a wonderful holiday season.

Best wishes,

Sheila Atkinson-Baker

 

Pay It Forward

By National Court Reporters Association

Legal Grins was formed in the summer of 2017, and it was borne out of a desire to provide entertaining and engaging merchandise for the legal community – specifically court reporters. It was obvious that there was a scarcity of quality, fun-loving legal retail products available. Many of us wanted to wear and display our love for this legal career that has taken such good care of us. So with a combination of rudimentary graphic design knowledge and a quirky sense of humor, Legal Grins was created. The name came from a combination of things: the line of work – legal – and happiness – grins.

In the fall of 2020, I created the Certified Stenographic Reporter lapel pin in an attempt to promote steno as the gold standard in our industry. It is unique to stenographic reporters who are certified at the local, state, national, and international levels. The pin, when worn to our assignments, provides an excellent opportunity to speak with the client about the advantages of choosing a stenographic reporter for their proceedings.

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Eight Productivity Tools and Habits for Court Reporters

By National Court Reporters Association  

When it comes to productivity, what is the one thing we all have in common?  Each of us only has 24 hours in a day.

While this is obvious, it makes you wonder: How are some people so much more productive than others?

There is no “magic bullet” to higher productivity. Instead, the world’s most productive people set up systems to manage their time and attention.

Additionally, they use techie tools and/or a series of habits and practices to keep them on track.

There are plenty of distractions in today’s world. Try out these eight tools to boost your productivity, get more done, and grow your income.

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Smart Devices Aren’t Always So Smart

Top Five Tips for Choosing Strong Passwords

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