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Why should you consider court reporting as a career?

If you’re looking for a rewarding profession or second career where you can freelance and potentially earn a six-figure income, take a look at court reporting. While it’s not for everyone, it is a good choice for those of us who can focus for long periods of time and have a thirst for knowledge. If…
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Too many tasks, not enough time

What happens when you have too many tasks and not enough time? If you’re like me, you get overwhelmed and paralyzed, unable to accomplish anything. It can be frustrating but you can become successful in handling all that needs to be done in business and personal life. Task trackers, calendar management, and just saying no…
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Where to Find Us Doing Transcription

We like to say that if it has a voice we can transcribe it! Whether it’s live court reporting or transcription of a recording, our qualified reporters and transcriptionists are here to help you. Do you have a video or podcast you’d like transcribed? Do you need a keynote address transcribed live for your at-home…
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Best Practices for Video Depositions

Have a witness who can’t make it to court to testify? Find out if they’re available to give a video deposition so you don’t lose their testimony. Whether it’s an estate planning case where the witness may be incapacitated or someone out of state, there are times when video is an effective way to capture…
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New Court Reporter? Here’s what you need to know.

We’ve all had our first days and weeks on the job. While some of us may have had ours many years ago, we still remember the nerves and feeling of not knowing exactly what was going to happen. Whatever you’re feeling as a new court reporter, we probably felt it too. Here are our suggestions…
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Benefits of Social Media for Court Reporters

The world is a lot smaller of a place than it used to be. Social media sites like Facebook and LinkedIn are changing the way we communicate. For those of us who have been in the industry a long time, it seems almost unreal but it’s happening. At first glance, you might not see it…
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What’s in a Witness Name?

As a court reporter, getting the name of attorneys, courtroom witnesses, and deponents is a vital part of the job. Creating professional transcriptions demands that you get the correct spelling and professional credentials for each witness. It can be very easy to make a mistake, which reflects poorly on your professionalism. These basic rules will…
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Why Relationships Matter in Business

I’ve met some people who love networking whether it’s for business or pleasure. For many of us, we’d love for business to come our way without having to leave the house, meet people, and develop relationships but that’s not a good strategy for sustainability. If you’re running your court reporting work like a business, networking…
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Why Now is the Time for Setting Goals

Up to 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail making us wonder if it’s the goal or just the time of year when the goal is made. Let’s face it, the winter holiday season is exhausting. We’re filled with enough holiday cheer and stress that we can barely think straight. Yet somehow someone decided this is…
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Court Reporting Trends

I’ve been reading a lot about court reporting trends. From digitizing courtrooms with voice recognition software to the court reporter shortage, it may seem like we’re a dying a breed but that’s simply not true. Even in digitized courtrooms, there’s still a need for us. Turns out technology isn’t good for everything. Not only that,…
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