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  • Top Ten Productivity Tips – Dealing with Interruptions

    Top Ten Productivity Tips – Dealing with Interruptions
    Recognize that your job involves interruptions of one type or another. Acknowledge that and use these tips to keep the interruptions from wreaking havoc on the rest of your work.
  • Projects – How Many Projects Should You Work on at Time?

    Projects – How Many Projects Should You Work on at Time?
    If you are wondering how many projects you should have going at any given time, consider these tips from Meggin McIntosh, The PhD of Productivity®. Visit http://TopTenProductivityTips.com for many more ideas and strategies.
  • Projects – Working on Multiple Projects throughout the Day

    Projects – Working on Multiple Projects throughout the Day
    What are tips for making smooth transitions between and among various projects during the day? Tune in to this short video with Meggin McIntosh, The PhD of Productivity®.
  • Projects – Sticking with Self-Imposed Deadlines

    Projects – Sticking with Self-Imposed Deadlines
    When you have projects with self-imposed deadlines, it's easy to keep pushing them out -- and never getting them completed. Here are 5 tips to help you stick with your own deadlines. Tune in to this short video with Meggin McIntosh, The PhD of Productivity®.
  • Projects – How to Plan for an Office Organizing Project with Lots of Paper

    Projects – How to Plan for an Office Organizing Project with Lots of Paper
    If you are wondering,
  • Projects – Time Management for Academics – Teaching & Research

    Projects – Time Management for Academics – Teaching & Research
    If you are wondering,
  • Projects – Tips for Tracking Projects

    Projects – Tips for Tracking Projects
    If you are wondering,
  • Projects – Letting Go of Projects That Are Too “Old” or No Longer Important

    Projects – Letting Go of Projects That Are Too “Old” or No Longer Important
    If you are wondering,
  • Top Ten Productivity Tips for Professors – Assigning Numbers in the Classroom

    Top Ten Productivity Tips for Professors – Assigning Numbers in the Classroom
    If you want ways to be more efficient with organizing assignments, grading, retrieval of materials in the classroom, etc., then tune in to this short video where Meggin McIntosh, The PhD of Productivity® shares a method she used for 15 years. It's easy and students benefit, too. Plus, you can use these numbers to facilitate some classroom activities as well.

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