Access this practical, content-rich 2-part webinar
Taught and presented by

Meggin McIntosh, PhD
The PhD of Productivity®

Learn how to get your projects planned so you can get them completed!

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“I would highly recommend this workshop because now I know what I need to do differently. In the past, I’ve always taken on too much of a hunk instead of a chunk or bite for the day and it makes it hard to ever feel like I can accomplish anything.” ~Past Participant

“Meggin’s time management and organization strategies can really help those who are overwhelmed.” ~Kara Fontenot, Longmeadow, MA

Do you have 1 or 10 or 100 projects that are unfinished – and you REALLY wish they were complete? Are there days when you intend to get started on – or make progress on – your projects, but somehow the day gets away from you? Does looking at your to-do list make you feel overwhelmed and maybe even despondent?

If you apply what you learn in this class, you will:

  • Get clear on what your projects are;
  • Be able to ask for (and receive) help, assistance, and support on your projects; and
  • Finish your projects…even those that have been ‘lingering’ for weeks, months, or years.

Tell the truth. You have many, many projects. Just think about defining a project as:

  • “A non-routine series of tasks directed toward a goal.” (Snead & Wycoff, 1997)
  • “A project is anything that takes two or more steps to complete.” (David Allen)

All registrants receive:

  1. A digital download of the class to watch and listen so you can reinforce your learning.
  2. An extensive packet of handouts to download and review before and after the class.
  3. And more, of course!

“A project is complete when it starts working for you, instead of you working for it.”
~Scott Allen

“All of the information presented was helpful. Specifically, I liked the assignment using the Hunks, Chunks and Bites Model to break down projects into manageable pieces. Meggin is approachable and interactive and this class will help others succeed with tackling many different projects.” ~Josephine Brooks-Thomas, Ewa Beach, Hawaii

“Meggin was great! You gave us common sense advice in a down-to-earth presentation with examples and practical steps to take. I love your sense of humor. I’m going to tackle that absurd to-do list today! I feel rejuvenated and inspired. Thank you!” ~Past Participant

This 2-part webinar offers structures and strategies for conceptualizing and completing your projects. “Hunks, Chunks, and Bites: Get Your Projects Planned So You Can Get Them Completed!” is for everyone who has 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!)

“Meggin is engaging, motivating, energizing. I would recommend this class – most of the people I know have projects too big to do all at once.” ~Beverly Delidow

About the Presenter

Meggin McIntosh, PhD, is also known as “The PhD of Productivity®,” and is a former teacher, university professor, and director of her university’s Excellence in Teaching Program. She is currently (and happily) the president of Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. and says,

Project planning! Don’t you wish you had a class in project management when you were in graduate school?! I certainly do, but alas, most of us have had to muddle along and figure it out on our own. Since I’ve had some success with this over my academic career, I want to help you learn better strategies, too. Integrating the hunks, chunks, and bites method is one of the key ways for me and many others to take that never-ending project list and start to move it along to completion.

I’ve taught these strategies for the last 12 years to individuals all over the country (and the globe) in workshops and webinars. It’s time for you to learn (or re-learn) how to eat your elephants. I can help you.”

Meggin McIntosh, PhD

“I would recommend Meggin’s ‘hunks, chunks, & bites’ framework to others. As a matter of fact, I plan to share it with my husband this weekend. Both of us have been scattering too much energy with too few results.” ~Past Participant