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The Reporter March 2018

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  Helpful Information for Legal Professionals
IN THIS ISSUE:
  • Finding Focus by Overcoming Digital Distractions
  • Top 11 Ways to Increase Productivity
  • 14 Common Grammatical Mistakes in English and How to Avoid Them
  • Get Inspired! Six Easy Ways to Revamp Your Office
  • 10 Tips to Being a More Effective Office Manager

From the President

Hello,

This month we have collected ideas about how to remain efficient and productive in this world of digital distractions.  There is guidance on spotting and correcting common grammatical mishaps, as well as tips on beautifying your work space.

Enjoy!

Best,

Sheila

Finding Focus by Overcoming Digital Distractions

By Jennifer Anderson

Now more than ever professionals are distracted at work. And the legal industry is no different. Virtually everyone in the firm has a computer, a smartphone, and a landline. Every hour we receive hundreds of communications:  emails, texts, private messages, social media pop-ups, news updates, phone calls, and voicemails.

Each one comes with its own unique noise.  For example, without even picking up my smartphone, I can tell whether I’ve received a text, a message via Facebook, or a news story from the New York Times, just by the particular sound or vibration emitting from the device.  Even if I resist the temptation to pick it up and read those communications, I’ve still been distracted.

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Top 11 Ways to Increase Productivity
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14 Common Grammatical Mistakes in English
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Get Inspired!  Six Easy Updates to Revamp Your Office
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10 Tips to Being a More Effective Office Manager
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