Teachers - Bonus Resources
for Less Stress for Teachers book
Welcome, teachers! Here’s your Productivity Kick-Starter Kit:
Weekly time planner: TEACH Week Time Management Weekly Planner-Template You can use this form to help you plan for the future or journal your past to see where you can improve. I utilize this valuable tool while coaching my clients. This is the same one I refer to in my book, Less Stress for Teachers.
Daily time planner: TEACH Week Time Management Daily Planner-Template You can use this form to help you plan for the future or journal your past to see where you can improve. This is the one-day-at-a-time version of the above template.
A virtual book study: If you’re worried about finding time to read Less Stress for Teachers: More Time & An Organized Classroom, click here to get virtual nudges!
Download: #1 Time Saver Tip.
If you work for a school district or campus that accepts reading a book as professional development, you can receive a certificate after reading Less Stress for Teachers. View details here.
For professionals on the go – 30 days to better time management: Two-minute audio tip daily for one month. Get details here! Whether you’re a teacher, own your own business, or work for a company, these daily tips will help you learn how to create balance in your life. Use coupon code worklife29 during checkout to receive 70% off!
Helpful time management tips:
- How a Post-It Note can improve your focus
- Make better decisions about your time by defining happiness
- 5 questions to improve your focus
Remember: Time management is all about mind management. Work smarter, not longer.
Listen to Advice
Debi Davis hosts “Mind Your Own Business,” a radio program for business owners broadcast on WLOB radio in Maine. During the 25-minute interview, we had a great chat about the time management challenges that business owners and busy professionals face. We also discussed the different learning and thinking styles that can affect how we work, and how we work with others - great information for teachers!.
I was asked by Carol Frazey of The Fit School, Inc., to help her marathon and half-marathon trainees get organized so they’d have time to work out. While you may not be training for a marathon, you could possibly benefit from the techniques I talk about for creating priorities and eating healthy. The interview is approximately 35 minutes long.
Here are some additional resources just for teachers:
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