How to surprise yourself with productive summer writing
Join the PhD of Productivity, Meggin McIntosh, on June 18th at 2:00pm ET for the TAA Summer Webinar, “Writing Productivity Shouldn’t Be a Surprise: Think Through Your Summer Plan with Wisdom, Intention, and Truthfulness”.
McIntosh, Professor Emerita (University of Nevada, Reno), is an author, coach, and workshop leader. She works with overwhelmed academics who would prefer to be overjoyed, instead. If you want to keep your “wits” about you this summer, i.e., your wisdom, intention, and truthfulness, attend this session to learn how to plan thoughtfully and with integrity.
If you’re like most academics, you start the summer with big plans to get so much writing done and September arrives with you having completed far less than you hoped. If you are tired of a cycle that ultimately ends in disappointment and self-recrimination, then this session is for you!
In this 90-minute session specially designed for video-conferencing, McIntosh will facilitate your planning with some hands-on practice. Through ‘breakout’ sessions that occur during the presentation, you’ll engage with your fellow authors to put into practice right away the tips she shares for time-management and better implementation of your writing plans.
Learn how to think through your summer — all aspects of it — so you can plot out your potential for prodigiousness with a plan that actually works. You’ll receive a template that you can use for this summer, as well as other seasons when academics need a wise, intentional, and truthful plan for their writing (December holidays, sabbatical, research leave, etc.).
If you’re ready to improve your productivity this summer, register for “Writing Productivity Shouldn’t Be a Surprise: Think Through Your Summer Plan with Wisdom, Intention, and Truthfulness” now.