Time's Up : Productivity and Time Management Strategies for the Busy Professor
Time's Up will increase your productivity and help you maintain a work/life balance. This book is designed to help you increase your efficiency, better manage your time and get organized. Just saying you want something in your life isn't enough, even in the world of the law of attraction. You'll want to be taking steps to get there. Say you want a classroom filled with like-minded, hard-working students. You can speak affirmations about it, pray for it, and even believe it -- all super positive mindset steps. But the real practice of mindset is about thinking AND doing so you are using your many strengths and talents to get to your goal.
- Paperback | 46 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 2.79mm | 117.93g
- 07 Jan 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Paris Love
Paris Love is a full time faculty member with the University of Phoenix helping students prepare for college, better manage their time and organizational skills. She is also the CEO of the Paris Love Productivity Institute, an award-winning organizational and productivity company located on the Gulf Coast. She specializes in working with overextended professionals to increase their efficiency in life and business, who lack resources and systems and are looking for a work/life balance. Donna Busarow is a University Professor who works with students, colleagues, and individuals to assist with time management and organization. She has actively educated others for over 25 years. Recently she worked in clinical practice specializing in marriage and family and all aspects of psychological testing. In the past she has worked collaboratively with team members in developing curriculum for the online environment as well as provided expert advice on curriculum content, time management, and organization. Her most recent expertise has been in the area of image consulting where she provides advice to women of all ages in regard to style, overall image, and developing a strong sense of self.