It’s not just you – pandemic procrastination is widespread. Join attorney and time management expert Meg Spencer Dixon for this past-paced program as she shares her ideas for overcoming procrastination for lawyers and legal professionals working from home during these extraordinary and extraordinarily stressful times. Strategies include ways to compartmentalize your worries so that you can focus on your work; creating and using a realistic task management system; working in timed bursts; using self-care to recharge your batteries; and tips for maintaining your motivation. Learning and applying these real-world, highly practical techniques can help you become more confident in your abilities to accomplish your most important tasks during these difficult times.
Contents: Speaker Biography, Detailed Table of Contents of Seminar Handout, Seminar Handout, Resources and Suggestions for Further Reading, and PowerPoint Slides
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Longtime ACLEA member Meg Spencer Dixon is a lawyer and consultant specializing in time management, project management, and stress management seminars for lawyers and legal professionals. She has an undergraduate degree in economics from Princeton University and a law degree from Stanford Law School. After a federal clerkship and years of practicing with the litigation and energy groups of Shaw Pittman in Washington, D.C., Meg founded her home-based business Spencer Consulting, and for over twenty years has been a highly sought-after presenter providing public and in-house legal training and one-on-one coaching on productivity-related topics.
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