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Book: Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals

An engaging and perspective-changing take on the truth that there will never be enough time to do all the things we want to in a given day or week — or lifetime — and how acceptance of this truth can bring increased health and happiness.

Book: How to Do More in Less Time, newly-published Second Edition

Co-authored by LTM presenter and Chair of the ABA Law Practice Division’s Legal Technology Resource Center Allison Johs and Dan Siegal, this newly published second edition is an outstanding, practical guide for attorneys seeking increased productivity.

Book: Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones

A rigorous but very readable discussion of how habits and behavioral patterns operate and what we need to understand (and do) in order to change patterns that don’t serve us, and create new, sustainable habits and routines that serve us well.

Book: The Myth of Multitasking: How “Doing It All” Gets Nothing Done

If this book doesn’t convince you that multi-tasking reduces your efficiency and effectiveness nothing will. The research on this seductive phenomenon is clearly and compelling presented in this compact and convincing treatise.

Book: It's Okay to Be the Boss: The Step-by-Step Guide to Becoming the Manager Your Employees Need

The subtitle of this book captures its immense value perfectly.  Whether you work with one person or an entire team, Tulgan’s no-jargon guide will help you manage and supervise the Associates, paralegals, and admin staff on whom you rely.

Book: The 27 Challenges Managers Face: Step-by-Step Solutions to (Nearly) All of Your Management Problems

Tulgan brings a wider lens to the topic of managing your people by addressing common thorny issues ranging from problematic interpersonal communication between team members to working with demanding superstars.

Book: The 80/20 Principle: The Secret to Achieving More with Less

Though it’s a universal truth, most of us don’t appreciate the significance of the fact that a small percentage of total variables (inputs) typically account for a high percentage of results (outcomes).  This book will help you think through which aspects of your practice to prioritize for greatest impact.

Book: To-Do List Formula: A Stress-Free Guide To Creating To-Do Lists That Work!

Despite the many tools and apps available to capture the to-do list items floating in our heads, structuring and maintaining them is almost always challenging — especially for attorneys.  This short books present several methods and the clear rationale for why using a consistent system is essential.

Book: The Time Trap: The Classic Book on Time Management

This is the original book that spawned hundreds of other time management texts and programs.  It identifies the 20 most common traps that hinder our efficiency and effectiveness and explains what to do about each.  It’s still the best single book on the vexing challenge of time management.

First Things First

By Stephen Covey

Book: First Things First

Another classic book on time management and big-picture prioritization, but focusing more on the importance of having a clear vision of where we want to go in our life and why.  It invites us to keep our efforts at increased efficiency in perspective and to always ask ourselves “to what end?”