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Evernote for Lawyers: A Guide to Getting Organized & Increasing Productivity (Law Practice Management Book 1) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

David M. Ward

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Do you have too much information in your life? Do you spend too much time organizing lists instead of getting things done? I used to be that way. Not anymore.

Today, I use Evernote to organize the information in my work and personal life and I am more organized and more productive than ever.

I use Evernote to store all of my notes and documents. I use it for research and writing. I use it for marketing. Evernote is my filing cabinet and my personal assistant. I always know where everything is and I always know exactly what I need to do.

I also found a way to use David Allen's Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology (my version of it, anyway) to manage all of my projects and tasks. I'll show you my complete task management system using nothing but Evernote in Chapter 4.

If you love Evernote and want to get the most out of it, Evernote for lawyers will show you how. You'll finally be able to gain control of all of the information and paperwork in your life and organize and prioritize everything so you get the most important things done.


David M. Ward, Esq.
Author of Evernote for Lawyers


"Any busy lawyer who is looking for ways to get better organized and more efficient needs to read and put to use the organizational tips and tools found in “Evernote for Lawyers”. I especially enjoyed Chapter 6 entitled, “Managing Client Files and Documents”. In fact, after reading David’s book, I immediately upgraded my Evernote account to premium and begin the process of switching over to his recommended system.

"I’ve known David for many years and have enjoyed implementing his programs into our busy practice. As someone who practiced law for many years, he is without question one of the top lawyer marketing experts in the business. I value his legal insight and expertise when it comes to managing and marketing our practice."

Jon Mitch “Mitch” Jackson
2009 Orange County Trial Lawyer of the Year
2013 California Trial Lawyer of the Year

"What I really like about David’s book is that while it’s written for lawyers, there are so many nuggets of wisdom on how to use Evernote effectively and how to be more productive and efficient in your daily life. I highly recommend the book. It’s a great read!"

Daniel Gold, Esq.
Author of “Evernote: The Unofficial Guide to Capturing Everything & Getting Things Done”

"Just finished your book – thank you very much. As a financial advisor I thought (for two seconds) it might not benefit me. But as we are both dealing with tasks and clients I knew I would learn a lot. I took several pages of notes and it has helped to reshape how I plan my day."

Roland Greco Scranton, PA

"In 90 pages, Ward packs a ton of great ideas for managing email, clients, documents, and other resources in Evernote. While I know a lot about Evernote from a technology point of view, Ward really explains how to leverage it in a business sense. . . If you are fan of Evernote, you are going to really enjoy this book."

Stan Skrabut

"Your book is awesome. It makes Evernote work great and I use just about every tip you give. I need to go re-read it though. Keep up the good work."

Todd Whatley, Esq.


Introduction: How to put your practice in your pocket
Chapter 1: Evernote® helps lawyers get organized and get things done
Chapter 2: Getting Started
Chapter 3: Organizing Notes and Documents
Chapter 4: Managing Tasks and Projects–My GTD® System
Chapter 5: Research and Writing
Chapter 6: Managing Client Files and Documents
Chapter 7: Working with Email and the Quest for ”Inbox Zero”
Chapter 8: Working with Your Calendar
Chapter 9: Time & Billing Support
Chapter 10: Marketing and Career Development
Chapter 11: Going Mobile
Chapter 12: Going Paperless
Chapter 13: Data Security
Chapter 14: Search Made Simple

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  • Editeur : http://attorneymarketing.com (22 juin 2013)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Book Review: Evernote for Lawyers: A Guide to Getting Organized and Increasing Productivity 27 juin 2013
Par Stanley Skrabut - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Learning to play chess is easy, mastering the game is another thing all together. I feel the same goes for learning to use Evernote. Evernote is simple to use; there are countless ways to import information into Evernote but mastering its capabilities is keeping me occupied. Fortunately, I ran across a great book to help me tame this powerful tool. David Ward of The Attorney Marketing Center has written a book called Evernote for Lawyers: A Guide to Getting Organized & Increasing Productivity. While this book is geared towards lawyers, I believe everyone can benefit from his experiences with Evernote.

David Ward is a practicing lawyer who works with clients and cases, and is striving to work in a paperless environment. In 90 pages, Ward packs a ton of great ideas for managing email, clients, documents, and other resources in Evernote. While I know a lot about Evernote from a technology point of view, Ward really explains how to leverage it in a business sense.

In the first two chapters, Ward details his journey to Evernote and the other systems he has tried as well as reasons for changing strategies. He also briefly touches upon the basics of Evernote, specifically, the capability to collect notes from everything. I was most impressed with his ideas of master documents linking to other Evernote notes. He uses these master documents for projects and clients. Very cool.

In chapters 3 and 4, Ward discusses his use of notebooks and tags as he implements Allen's Getting Things Done strategy. He proposes a number of great ideas and was kind to share is daily and weekly workflows. Additionally, he shared his notebook and tag structures. I spent last evening reworking my Evernote system to mirror what he presented, and I am pleased with the results.

Chapters 5 and 6 focus on managing and writing documents and books. Ward walks through the strategy he used to prepare this book. He also provided a number of great ideas for managing forms, checklists, and other resources not only for himself but also for his entire office. He recommends having templates available. You can do this in Evernote; KustomNote is another possibility.

I was really pleased with chapters 7 and 8, which focus on integrating both the calendar and email with Evernote. Ward explains his "Zero Inbox" process as well as his tickler system to keep track of important events. Throughout the book, Ward includes best practices so that you can find your notes when you need them. As Ward explained his "zero inbox" strategy, he included a study which made an amazing amount of sense. Basically, if you want to save time and be more productive, don't file your email messages into folders.

Chapter 10 was another chapter that had an impact on me. Ward talked about how to use Evernote to prepare for a marketing campaign. He provided at least a hundred ideas for items to collect as part of preparing a marketing strategy. Additionally, he gave great guidance for managing a relationship management system also within Evernote. Again, Ward leverages the idea of a master document when working with contacts.

Finally, Ward provides insightful tips for going paperless, mitigating security and privacy concerns, and best practices for creating notes. He explains that best practices are specifically for being able to locate notes at a later date. During this part of the book, he outlines Evernote's search operators so that you can quickly find important documents and notes. Ward recommends saving searches that you will use often.

If you are fan of Evernote, you are going really enjoy this book. I would recommend this book as a supplement to a beginner's book on Evernote such as Evernote Essentials. I would like to thanks David Ward for writing such a useful book.

This is my review from reading the book in October 2012.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 good overview and start for attorneys 16 janvier 2014
Par Ringer44 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
A nice primer on how to use evernote which would apply to more than just lawyers. However, as a practicing attorney, I would have liked more examples of file set up in terms of using notebook system or tagging system.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 David's Evernote book is a must for anyone in the legal profession! 24 juin 2013
Par Daniel Gold - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
David's passion for getting things done and helping you excel in your practice is undeniable! What I enjoy so much about David's book is that it is practical, substantive, and he talks with you about how to leverage Evernote as if you're right there sitting next to him. David has had a major influence on the way I get things done and I'm not shy about thanking him publicly for his help! In this book, you'll quickly understand how Evernote can be your centralized repository for action items (whether or not you follow the Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity methodology, reference related materials. You'll learn how to maximize your use of Evernote for your cases, marketing, managing prospects, current clients, and so much more. For the cost of a cup of coffee, I absolutely encourage you to invest in your personal and professional growth today and buy David's book!
Daniel Gold
Author of Evernote: The unofficial guide to capturing everything and getting things done. 2nd Edition
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 For Lawyers and Law Students 20 décembre 2013
Par Raquel M. Ortiz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
What I found extremely useful about this book are the explanations of how Mr. Ward uses the various Evernote features, his integration with the GTD methodology and email, and how it fits into a law practice. The GTD integration will be useful to anyone who wants to get themselves organized while staying paperless. While there are many books on Evernote, attorneys and law students will be most interested in how this product fits into the everyday work of an attorney.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Evernote eliminates paper! 20 février 2015
Par Bruce Dumelin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Evernote is intuitive but this book help understand how to manage large projects effectively...tips have helpedm me manage a very large volume of genealogy research similar to a lawyer managing multiple law cases with lots of internal documents for each case
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