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5 Secrets To A Super-Productive Summer
Facilitator: Kerry Ann Rockquemore, PhD

This is our annual kick-off to the summer season and is designed to stimulate your thinking about new possibilities, get you excited about summer planning, and inspire you to create a structure that will support you in having your most productive summer ever. Specifically, we will discuss:

  • The challenges academic writers face during the summer
  • The five secrets to having a super productive summer AND plenty of time for summer fun
  • How to move forward with your next steps
  • A big surprise at the end:-)

Available Downloads:


A Few Gifts for You:


 

GIFT #1: Every Summer Needs a Plan

If you would like to make a plan for the remaining portion of your summer using our process, feel free to register for our May 1 tele-workshop: Every Summer Needs A Plan. It's a hands-on, step-by-step, guide to creating a summer plan.

 

 

GIFT #2: How To Develop a Daily Writing Practice

I hope I made a strong enough case for daily writing to make you want to try it! If so, here's an audio of a tele-workshop I gave in March on how to start and sustain a daily writing practice.

Workshop Audio

Workshop Slides

 

GIFT #3: The 14-Day Writing Challenge

 

I mentioned an experiment at the end of the call and I want to gift you with the opportunity to try it. It's a gift because I have to pay for you to participate. I'm happy to do so but please do this only if you are serious, only if you've never done it before, and it's only available to the first 100 people.

 

What is it?

It's a chance to experiment with daily writing in a supportive environment, for free, and with a little daily dose of electronic love from me. Starting April 30th, I challenge you to write for 30 -60 minutes every day, Monday through Friday, for the next 14 week days. At the end of that time, you can evaluate for yourself: 1) did daily writing increase or decrease your productivity? and b) did participation in a community increase/decrease your enjoyment of the writing process? I can't wait to see how you do!

To register: click here You will need to create an account to get into the system.

Additional Resources:


  • If you want a buddy, email Carol at Carol@FacultyDiversity.org and put "I want a buddy" in the subject line.
  • If you want to learn more about accountability mechanisms, click here.
  • If you want to learn more about how to create a summer plan, click here.
  • If you want to register for our Faculty Success Program Summer Bootcamp, click here.

 

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