The Indiana Lawyer recently published my article on getting to Inbox 0. From the article: Why strive for Inbox Zero? The simple answer is because it allows you to be in control rather than be controlled. You get the email out of your inbox and choose when you will respond. Conceptually, Inbox Zero is easy … Continue reading Clear your Outlook inbox, clear your mind
Recently, the Indiana Lawyer published an article I wrote titled "Give yourself a fresh perspective on Outlook." From the article: Outlook is a powerful personal information manager. With a few tweaks, you can set the program to show you important and relevant information for the day, rather than being driven by the latest and loudest … Continue reading Start Your Day in Outlook Today
In this video, I detail how to have Outlook open the Today View by default and share a few tips for configuring Outlook to work better for you. How to Configure Outlook
The Indiana Lawyer recently published an article I wrote titled "Why you should consider Microsoft Office 365." From the article: Migrating to Office 365 is a decision that should be made with careful planning and consideration of the risks and benefits of a cloud-based system. That said, the trend toward using other people’s computers to … Continue reading Why you should consider Microsoft Office 365
In a recent post for The Indiana Lawyer, I wrote about some strategies for goal setting in 2016. From the article: The location of the list [containing your goals] is not as important as removing the tendency to write the list and leave it buried on your desk. Simply keep the list in a place … Continue reading Goal Setting for 2016
The Indiana Lawyer recently published an article I wrote on why I like the Apple Watch. From the article: There’s not one feature that says buy the Apple Watch. Instead, it’s all the little things it does that add up to a helpful device. It sits on your wrist and gets out of the way. … Continue reading 3 reasons to consider using an Apple Watch
The Indiana Lawyer published an article I wrote recently on adjusting your to-do list to help beat procrastination. From the article: A few tips: First, make a separate task for each discrete action. Second, set a due date. You can always adjust, but due dates and reminders can help you build the habit of reviewing … Continue reading T3:39 | to-do list adjustments to help beat procrastination
The Indiana Lawyer recently published an article I wrote providing some tips for scanning while out of the office. From the article: Mobile scanning apps continue to improve and get easier to use. With a little practice, you can become comfortable with scanning from your mobile device. Here's the link. What are your favorite mobile scanning … Continue reading T3:38 | Scanning tips for the mobile lawyer
Recently, I wrote an article for The Indiana Lawyer on using a password manager to help secure your personal information on the web (and on the go). Check it out here. In the article, I reference the popular 1Password app for Mac, iOS, or Windows.
Here's an article I wrote recently for The Indiana Lawyer on using Microsoft Outlook to create dedicated blocks of time to work on projects.