My message was a “thank you” for your TTPT’s for Professors, especially this week’s. It was so on point for me, and I learned things that never occurred to me. Since I am distracted more than ever before as a new department chair with so many interruptions and new responsibilities, your tips helped me understand my dysfunction. I realize that I must take steps to gain control of my work load. I have had many embarrassing consequences, such as grammatical and structural writing errors (You’re so …
Margaret Hnew department chair
I find that your tips seem to inspire me; my goal is to work more focused and stay organized.
Diane HallLas Cruces, NM
Love the focus of individual choices to make faculty members more aware that their lifestyles are their responsibilities, important for junior faculty.
I realized that no matter at what age/stage of the life, time management is always a key/essential skill to keep one successful, productive, or in a mode with healthy well-being.
The ideas help me organize my life and I learn things that are current. I read the tips every time they are posted (I often copy for future reference) and many times reorganize as identified in the tips.
Trina MonroeWaco, TX
Meggin provides good ideas and some hands-on experience on using them to improve one’s time management.
These tips inspire me to remain “productive” and stay motivated and focused.
Christy DubertStatesboro, GA
The tips are universal and work in many aspects of my life. I apply the tips and refer back for those I have forgotten or want to share with othe
Cheryl HechtSpring Creek, NV
An occasional tune-up is SO helpful. The TTPTs keep me mindful.
Much of what we should do to manage our time better is already known, even though most of us do not practice it. This information helped my to change my attitude about time planning and uncertainty which is exactly what I think most people need.