Peaceful, Predictable Productivity is Possible As You Move Through 2015
Meggin McIntosh, PhD
The PhD of Productivity®
In this class we work as a team to plan your next quarter. With Meggin’s guidance, strategies, instruction, and encouragement, you will come away with the next 3 months of your year plotted out - along with ideas about how to proceed to make sure it happens the way you have envisioned. How great is that?!
I would indeed recommend this class and not just for educators. As having been a project leader in IT, I used rolling quarters all the time. It was an aha moment to use that approach in my personal life! Meggin’s classes are a treat and would recommend any of them.
Chris Sier, MI
Focus on establishing and living up to your:
As a registrant you receive:
- Download of the class to listen as many times as you need and want to reinforce the strategies you learn;
- Handouts to download and review while learning;
- Materials to support your new productivity practices.
- And more, of course!
Yes, YES, YES! Meggin’s information is so helpful! I’ve tried lots of “self-help” suggestions in the past, but Meggin’s suggestions were more practical and targeted towards many of the things that I personally struggle with.
Jayme Nelson, Decorah, Iowa
About the Presenter
Meggin McIntosh, Ph.D., 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,
“I finally figured out that planning my year by the year didn’t work. One quarter at a time works so much better.
As a way of making sure that I learn this concept, I started teaching this to others! “We teach what we most need to learn” is a favorite motto of mine. It is true in this case, just as it is in essentially everything else I teach.”
Meggin offers both new and tried-and-true solutions rolled into a a user-friendly, encouraging package that should be helpful to anyone willing to listen.
Rebecca Renfro, Texas