If you want to make progress on anything, you achieve it with selective, deliberate practice. A key to good deliberate practice is tracking your improvement, including the time spent on your activities, as well as other metrics you deem important. If you’re trying to become a faster reader, for instance, what better way is there to Continue Reading
This article was originally published on February 24, 2017. Electronic to-do lists rock. Paper to-do lists as your main productivity platform are old-school and inefficient for recording thoughts and tasks leaving you to tackle what’s in front of you. While some people are looking for many bells and whistles with their productivity/to-do platform (if that Continue Reading
I remember spending about an hour to read ten pages during my first semester of law school, on a good day, and was always wondering if there was a faster way to go about it. Today, I spend far less time reading for law school, as well as reading in general, but still manage to read each assigned case.