Creating good habits tends to make you feel healthier, more controlled, and proud of what you are doing in this chaotic world of events. It's important to form a routine and prioritize the chores and tasks that your day needs from you. Which is why I am here to introduce the domino effect.
How to Create a Domino Effect of Good Habits
How to Make Time Slow Down
Our days seem to be getting busier and time isn't getting any slower. We fill our calendars to the brim to make sure that we are getting the most out of our day. Since, nowadays, slowing down or taking a break feels somewhat like a weakness.
But here's a good reminder - slowing down is necessary and productive for your health.
Do These Two Things After Every Meeting
We tend to fill our calendar with meetings, chats over coffee, and membership mixers. But then what? Are you getting the most out of these meetings?
Let's Talk Results:
Steve Jobs insisted that every item on a meeting's "to-do list" should have a designated person that is responsible for that task and any follow-up work that needs to happen accordingly.
Legal Technology: Paper Free, Save a Tree
Why go paperless? This is a difficult feat, especially in the profession of law. Why invest in the transition to digital documents when paper documents were still required in many different legal contexts?
Well, here's why.
Getting With the Technical Times:
It is now 2019, there has been progress, and things have changed (for the better). Many lawyers are now required to understand technology, and e-filing is being mandated in many jurisdictions.
What You Didn’t Know About Google Sheets
There’s much more to Google Sheets than meets the eye. Learn more about these advanced options and get more productivity out of your day.
Give Me More, Google Sheets:
1. The next time you need to create a new spreadsheet, save yourself the trouble of opening up the main Google Sheets site and clicking through the commands there.
The Transformative Effects of Technology
I recently found a great article on the transformative effects of small changes and wanted to share some of the points that seemed most important. As well as add a little extra commentary. The Legal Technology article that I am referencing can be found here.
Dallas ALA Business Partner Expo: Cybersecurity Presentation
Yesterday we were honored to present at the Dallas ALA Business Partner Expo. We chose a topic that is near and dear to our hearts. The topic of Cybersecurity, as I've said before, is important and often overlooked.
Some of the key points that our CEO, John Alday, and CISO, Alex Morrow, made are listed below.
Cybersecurity: Why You, and Your Business, Need it
Cybersecurity is important and Cima will continue shouting that from the rooftops! Jumping right in with some alarming statistics - A Tripwire study centered around 306 IT professionals, in August 2018, finds that companies are falling short in risk management.
Stressing? Try This.
The topic of stress, and how to handle it, came to mind after reading another interesting blog post from Law Technology Today (LTT). I think many of us struggle with that "work-life balance" concept from time to time. This term has been used to describe the balance that an individual needs between time allocated for work and other aspects of life.
Legal Technology: Social Media by Law Firms, IT by Us
Grabbing some inspiration from this blog post by LTT, I've decided to talk about social media presence in today's world, Legal Firms, and a shameless plug of our Managed Services.
Social media is a key branding tool for marketing your business, especially in today's digital world.