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Your 26-Week Action Plan for Time Management & Digital Detox

Total Credits: 1.0 CLE, 1.0 Ethics

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Ethics |  Law Practice Management & Technology |  Skills
Original Program Date:
Jun 30, 2022


Part 5:
How many times have you started down the road of self and time management improvement, and found yourself back in the same place a few weeks later? It is time to get traction and build long-lasting habits! This session ties together the methods, processes and technology that is covered Paul Unger’s book, Tame the Digital Chaos, and presents them in a 26-week action plan. In this session, he will lay out an achievable and practical plan to achieve focus and master time, task, deadline, and email management.
Paul J. Unger, Partner, Affinity Consulting Group
Who is Paul J. Unger?
Paul is a national speaker and author. He coaches lawyers how to be more efficient with time management by offering customized workshops. When he isn’t speaking or writing, he is usually performing technology assessments throughout the United States and Canada. Paul began his career working for the Governor of Ohio, and then went on to law school. He practiced law for six years, specializing in litigation and bankruptcy, before starting a legal technology consulting company with partner Barron Henley in 2000.
Paul’s superpowers are cleaning up messes and turning digital chaos into well-organized machines. His favorite part of his job is helping people get organized and focused so they can find more enjoyment in their lives and jobs.




Overall:      4.8

Total Reviews: 12


John F

"Need more stories!"

Cynthia M

"Speaker was clear; presentation was informative, and the materials also were clear and straight-forward."

Daniel N

"actionable advice which builds on previous lectures"

Kathie G

"Too much focus on multi-person firms and personal care. The personal care section is important, but too long. The rest of the 26-week plan, starting with week 7 should be the majority of this 1 hour program."

David M

"Great information that is not taught but learned ... through pain. I'd rather learn it from Mr. Unger. He did great."