Academic Classes

Here’s a collection of academic classes to help bring you peaceful, predictable productivity.

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Participants in this free mini-webinar will learn practical strategies to get their dissertations moved along toward completion.


Live, learn, and earn in positive, healthy, & productive places


A teleseminar to help you get prepared – before you are asked to submit your CV. Learn the purpose of a curriculum vitae (CV), how it differs from a resumé, and why you need to have your CV ready!


This friendly and focused 90-minute webinar is for those who are ready to gain a sense of control over their schedules and to-do lists.


If you are stressed and ready to reduce your stress (NOW!), then you are going to love the ideas presented in this straightforward and practical webinar. You’ll learn a dozen specific strategies to start reducing your stress by dealing deliberately with your clutter. Ahhhhhh….very nice!


All of us have the option to deputize others to handle tasks, projects, and appearances in our stead. What some of us don’t have is a clear sense of who, what, when, where, why, and how to delegate.


Do you ever feel like you’re living in a crazy reality show? Are you exhausted from the constant drama around you – at home or at school? Would you prefer to focus on what matters? Here is a free class to help all of us (me included!) to calm down, drop the drama, and focus where it actually matters.


Learn a simple system to finish your unfinished business.  Experience the relief of confirming, carrying out, and completing your personal and professional commitments.


This class is for anyone who have projects that they want to complete and are frustrated by not getting them completed—and who may not be sure why they aren’t getting them completed (or even started!)


If You Do Nothing Else This Semester... You Have to Get Yourself Organized
Being a faculty member involves an intense, unrelenting pace. It takes a physical, mental, and emotional toll. Yet, it can be an immensely rewarding and satisfying life, which was your idea when you chose to be a professor! As your new semester gets underway, let me reveal the strategies you need to get – and STAY – organized as you proceed through the year!


Making a Break for It - When You Need Big Changes at Work

A teleseminar for those professionals who know they have skills, talents, and strengths to offer - but whose skills, talents, and strengths aren’t being tapped in their current job, career, or position.
If you teach, your work is much more joyful when you and your learners are operating within the “good” energy zone. Learn strategies to capitalize on the two “good” types and of energy and minimize the impact of the two “bad” types of energy in your classroom in in this FREE class.


For about the past few months, I’ve been using a strategy that may be helpful to some of you. I call it, “Pick a card, any card,” which is a phrase that my mom used to say related to some game that we played. Because this has generated so much interest I decided to teach a free class to help you use this new strategy. A strategy designed to keep its user doing the work that matters, rather than the work that either doesn’t matter at all or doesn’t matter right now.

Plan to Write - Organize and Sustain an Academic Life of Predictable, Peaceful Productivity
Learn a dozen strategies to increase writing productivity by getting organized as an academic. These include mindset shifts, actions to take right away, and practices to adapt to fit your work style.


Be strategic about setting up your calendar just one quarter at a time. In this class we work as a team to plan your next quarter. With Meggin’s guidance, strategies, instruction, and encouragement, you will leave this event with the next 3 months of your year plotted out - with ideas about how to proceed to make sure it happens the way you have envisioned. How great is that?


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Join Meggin McIntosh, Ph.D. for a focused and strategic webinar that will change the way you view and protect your boundaries.


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How in the world are you supposed to keep up with all your projects? Find out what Meggin uses to manage projects.

Strategies and Mindsets to Protect Your Time, Energy, & Attention in an Exacting Way
If you have stress about the number of people, projects, and programs you’re involved with and concern about meeting your commitments, let’s talk about egg cartons. Join Meggin McIntosh, PhD for this special class.


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