Matthew R. Schmitz, MD, FAOA, sat down with the Chief of Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania, Neil P. Sheth, MD, FAOA, to discuss ways that young orthopaedic surgeons can be efficient early in their practice. Throughout their conversation, they articulate three key points to being efficient: managing your attention and energy, finding a work-life balance, and using your time wisely by creating good habits. Not only do they share their tips on finding efficiency early in your career, but they provide real life examples of how they implemented these points in their own lives.