Litigators usually have to keep many plates spinning at once: deadlines, more deadlines, hearings, meetings, a full inbox, and a list of calls to return. It can be overwhelming.
David Pogue is the technology editor of the New York Times and a prolific writer of books, blog posts, and tech reviews. In a recent Times column, he shared some secrets about how he gets it all done:
"Dear David," wrote a reader recently. "When will you share your productivity tips with us? Not everyone can write five books a year, file two columns a week, churn out a daily blog, speak 40 times a year and film a video every Thursday. What are your secrets?"
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