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Mapping Out a Happy and Productive Semester

Mapping Out a Happy and Productive Semester

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January 2, 2017

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Do you start off the semester with big ideas and tons of energy, but struggle to keep that momentum or actually finish all those dream projects? Ideas and energy aren’t enough to finish the huge projects we tackle as academics. You need a comprehensive and holistic road map for a productive semester showing you where you’re going and how you’re going to get there.

In this webinar, Dr. Cathy Hannabach shares IoF’s road map tool for mapping out a happy and productive semester. Your road map contains the big goals and holistic vision for what you want to accomplish this semester, as well as all the real-life professional AND personal projects and responsibilities you have going on because life doesn’t magically get put on hold just because you’re an academic.

Mapping Out a Happy and Productive Semester

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