Available to Promise (ATP):
What Happens When You Promise Time and Energy You Don't Have?
By: Dr. Meggin McIntosh
You know what happens! It’s not pretty! Plan to be here for the special July teleseminar…
If you have ever asked yourself...
- How will I get everything done that I planned to do?
- When will I complete all that I promised to do?
- What was I thinking when I created this to-do list? (and)
If you have ever said...
- I could use an extra two hours a day (at least!)
- I know I could get caught up if I only had an extra day (or two!) each week.
What others have said about the "Available to Promise” class: "Meggin, this teleseminar was life transforming! Thanks so much!!!”
Kelly P. Beischel PhD, RN, NCSN, CNE School of Nursing, Xavier University
The concepts in this teleseminar will help you make promises, feel good about them, and keep them!
Here's some of what you will learn:
- How to apply the Available-to-Promise (ATP) concept to your current calendar, your various to-do lists, and your overall life scheme.
- How to use the ATP concept when you are determining when to say 'yes,' 'no,' or 'not now.'
- How to schedule very differently for yourself starting today and continuing throughout your life.
- And much, much more!
Here's what you will receive:
- A handout packet to accompany the class;
- An MP3 download of the class so you may listen as many times as you like to reinforcing the strategies you learn.
- And more, of course!
For today's workshop. . .
We are greatly looking forward to working with you this afternoon. The slides
for the workshop can be downloaded at the following URL:
- Please have a copy of your planner and to-do list
nearby for the tele-workshop.
If you have any questions for Meggin during the workshop, please email Meggin
directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will either answer them in the class or
- If you have any technical difficulty during the tele-workshop,
please contact Kristin Bailey at Kristin@FacultyDiversity.org.
About the Teleseminar Presenter
Meggin McIntosh, Ph.D., known as "The Ph.D. of Productivity™" has been called a "treasure”for her teaching and inspiration of scholars around the continent. She is a former teacher, university professor, and director of her university's Excellence in Teaching Program. She is currently (and happily) the president of Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. and says,
"Incorporating this remarkable time management concept made a phenomenal difference in my academic and personal life. It has allowed me to actually do what I promise I will do...regardless of whether I make the promise to myself or to others."