Maximizing Productivity for Educators with Side Hustles

Jeff GargasBlog, Innovate Better, Lead Better, Manage Better

TL;DR: The Eisenhower Matrix is a time management tool that helps prioritize tasks based on urgency and importance. It categorizes tasks into four quadrants: Important and Urgent, Important but Not Urgent, Not Important but Urgent, and Not Important and Not Urgent. By focusing on Quadrant II activities (Important but Not Urgent), educators can work proactively on tasks that contribute to … Read More

Ep. #31 Breaking Through The Burn Out Cycle

Kip ShubertThe Secret Sauce

There is no doubt that many of us are feeling tired, exhausted, disheartened, and burnt out. Those feelings are real, yet, how do we break through and move forward. Listen in to find the answer and encouragement for breaking through the burn out cycle and finding that passion again for what we do. MORE EPISODES

Calendar Blocking 101 for EDUcreators

Jeff GargasBlog, Manage Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: Calendar blocking is a time management technique used by successful EDUcreators to increase productivity and manage their demanding schedules effectively. It involves allocating specific time blocks in your calendar for different tasks or responsibilities, reducing distractions, and improving focus. Prioritize your tasks, create a daily to-do list, and practice task batching to group similar tasks together. Experiment with day … Read More

5 Tips for Being More Productive

Katie MiglinBlog, Innovate Better, Lead Better, Manage Better, Self Care Better

TL;DR: People want to be more productive but have limited time. Being organized can help reduce mental stress. 5 ways to stay organized and productive are: create a list, put things away immediately, don’t avoid quick tasks, establish routines, and take notes. Implementing these tips can increase productivity and create more free time. Today I’m going to be more productive.  … Read More

Challenging the Status Quo: Featuring Dave Schmittou

Joshua StamperAspire Podcast

Aspire to Lead, Dave Schmittou, Joshua Stamper, Poking the Bear

In this week’s Aspire to lead episode, Dave Schmittou discusses ways to confront your own thinking and how to challenge the status quo. But the aim of our conversation is not to provide a step-by-step, one size fits all solution. Instead, the goal is to create a spark that inspires you to engage in difficult conversations. In this episode, we … Read More