11/5 TAA Webinar: Seven Time Management Strategies to Begin, Keep Working On, and Complete Your Projects
Most of us have had the experience of finishing a project at the last minute or late, and not being proud of what we have accomplished. Maybe we just couldn’t seem to find the time to devote to the project or we were frequently interrupted. Procrastination is a term applied to putting things off until later, but what can we do about it? Join us Thursday, November 5, from 1-2 p.m. ET for the TAA webinar, “Seven Time Management Strategies to Begin, Keep Working On, and Complete Your Projects” by academic author and coach Mary Beth Averill, who will explore 7 proven strategies for getting started, keeping at it, and finishing our projects.
Please take a few minutes to respond to Mary Beth’s Time Management survey. Your answers may be used anonymously as part of Mary Beth’s webinar. These questions may also function to help you be more aware of how you do manage your time for writing.
Mary Beth Averill has been coaching and teaching academic writers for over 30 years. She wrote a dissertation in biology and an MSW thesis. She is the coauthor of How to Become an Academic Coach. The second edition of her second book, Scaling the Ivory Tower: Your Academic Job Search Workbook, is now available as well. As an adjunct Professor at the Smith College School for Social Work, she taught Research Methods and Writing for Professional Publication. You can contact Mary Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org.