- This book is designed to:
- Assist the prospective Court Reporter,
those looking for a career change and needing a glimpse into
the wonderful field of Court Reporting.
- Mentor the beginning Court Reporting student
upon entry into the program, while providing insight into what's
expected at each level of study.
- Encourage the intermediate Court Reporting
student who has made it halfway through the program, and has
now become discouraged and is contemplating dropping the program.
- Help the Court Reporting graduate start
a successful Court Reporting business upon entering the job market
as an entry-level Court Reporter having absolutely no experience.
Library of Congress Control Number:
STU021000 Study Aids : Professional
EDU002000 Education : Adult & Continuing Education
LAW023000 Law : Court Records
Chapter 1: Self- Assessment
Chapter 2: Mastering Theory
Chapter 3: Speed Building Strategies
Chapter 4: At The Crossroads
Chapter 5: Stretch to the Finish (Part I)
Chapter 6: Stretch to the Finish (Part II)
Chapter 7: Graduation Day
Chapter 8: Starting a Court Reporting Business
Section 9: Glossary of Terms
- About the Author:
- Author and successful
Entrepreneur, Deven Moor, is a Licensed Practicing Certified
Court Reporter who has practiced for over thirty (30) years and
is considered an expert in her field.
- Starting with
nothing but a typewriter, she has worked her way up to a six-figure
income, as business continues to grow. She encourages the reader
that the principles outlined in this book will work for any career
choice, and not just for Court Reporting.
- She states, "Over
thirty-two years I've received numerous calls from Court Reporting
students needing to be mentored, needing to be coached, needing
support, or just needing to make contact with someone who has
completed the Court Reporting Program.
- "The Field
of Court Reporting is one of the most difficult and demanding
careers anyone will ever undertake -- thus, the need for mentorship!
Because I never had a mentor and desperately lacked support in
that area, I was forced to learn from trial and error, making
numerous mistakes that could have been avoided. That's why I
chose to write How to Start a Court Reporting Business (For Dumbeeees)."
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