Crazed is not an easy place to be. It’s not easy during the holiday season, during an election cycle, or when there is too much work to do and not enough people to do it. Being crazed makes life harder. Rather than crazed, let’s contemplate calm as a state to visit more often. Access this special Get a Plan! Guide® to help you reach an inner calm so you can find and shape calm surroundings.
In this special Get a Plan! Guide ® that was written to reflect Meggin’s own experiences in the last few years, you will learn 10 codes to apply to your list of oh-my-gosh-how-can-I-get-everything- done-I’m-freaking-out items.These codes, along with Meggin’s suggestions, will help you gain some perspective and approach your list - and your responsibilities - in a different manner. By accessing this Get a Plan! Guide® , you will have tools to use now - or in the future, depending on your current situation.
If you are ready to get organized, then you will want the The Compendium of Productivity Tips for Professors! It contains over 650 practical, immediately-implementable tips and strategies that will serve you in your role as an academic.
If you are stressed and ready to reduce that stress (NOW!), then you are going to love reading and implementing the tips and strategies in this brand new Get a Plan! Guide ®. Written in Meggin’s straightforward, clear, and practical style, this Get a Plan! Guide ® will help you learn a dozen specific ways to start dealing deliberately with your clutter – and then experiencing a reduction in your stress. Get started today with tools you will use to bring more peaceful, predictable productivity to your life at work and at home.
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Regardless of the professional role you may be in (or to which you may aspire), you can deliberately design your professional presence. That’s the first thing you need to know. It is NOT about getting plastic surgery. It IS about paying conscious attention to a multitude of factors over which you have total control. This Get a Plan! Guide ® gives you reasons and specifics about what to do so that you come across to others in a professional manner.You want to be taken seriously, whatever your profession is.
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When your focus is on too many targets, including too many projects, people, crises, places, goals, then your energy is scattered and diffused. The result is exhaustion, overwhelm, and despondency. Think of how much better you feel when you are focused.
Being a faculty member involves an intense, unrelenting pace. Yet, it can be an immensely rewarding and satisfying life, which was your idea when you chose to be a professor! Let Meggin reveal the strategies you need to get and STAY organized as you move through the semester with this brand new Get a Plan! Guide®!
The sheer number of choices you encounter every day is overwhelming. The Get a Plan! Guide® to Keeping Life a Little Simpler and a Little Easier introduces the concept of how to make a few simple choices that prevent a host of other more difficult and exhausting ones.
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Writers who procrastinate? Impossible. Never heard of such a thing. No way.That doesn’t sound like any writers I know. Well . . . all of us who are writers know perfectly well that we procrastinate - sometimes in very clever ways. And, the truth is, we need some practical practices to stop procrastinating (or at least put it off).This Get a Plan! Guide ® gives you 15 Practices for Postponing Writing Procrastination (with a clever way of remembering them - included as a mini-poster). Do not put off ordering this guide. Your writing is waiting!
Your workspace - whether it is an office, a lab, a garage, a classroom and regardless of whether it is in your home, an RV, at a university, or in a school - is a place where you begin and conduct some of the work that allows you to make a difference. If your workspace is filled with clutter, you are not as free to think, create, and generate those ideas that will have the most significant impact. This Get a Plan! Guide® to Ridding Your Workspace of Clutter will have you energized about removing the dandruff from the shoulders of your space (as Christopher Lowell describes clutter). And, you will feel the productivity shift that results.
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In this special Staying Positive Strategies and Solutions Guide, you will learn specific insights about where you may be squandering your precious time, energy, and attention. You will also learn ways to keep yourself mindful and focused throughout the day!
If you are a writer, this Get a Plan! Guide® is for you. Meggin says, “I have shared these ideas in an accessible and readable format - and you will be more productive as soon as you begin to read and implement the ideas. Nearly every idea can be put into practice immediately, which is what I want you to do!! There are nearly 70 ideas included and each one is explained in realistic, here’s-what-to-do terms.”