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My name is Meggin McIntosh, and I’m so glad you are here!

I’m a former university professor and classroom teacher, and am currently a coach, author, and workshop leader.

People just like you, i.e., people who are overwhelmed and would prefer to be overjoyed instead, are the people I’m fortunate enough to attract and work with.  It’s a blast everyday!

Since one of my beliefs is that ‘to whom much as been given, much is expected,’ I’ve written a series of guides to help you and you are invited to check out all of the Get a Plan! Guides® by clicking here.

Here Is a Sample of the Guides You’ll Find Here

If You Do Nothing Else This Semester… You Have to Get Yourself Organized

Being a faculty member involves an intense, unrelenting pace. It takes a physical, mental, and emotional toll. Yet, it can be an immensely rewarding and satisfying life, which was your idea when you chose to be a professor! Learn solutions to help you get and STAY organized as you prepare yourself to move peacefully and productively through the semester!

Networking... 19 Need-to-Knows

Networking… 19 “Need-to-Knows”

Networking is a far more important skill and practice than any of us can really comprehend.  Years ago, it wasn’t necessary to know how to network because you knew who you knew – and that was all you needed to know. Today… that is far from true.  Learn 19 Networking Need-to-Knows in this practical and specific Get a Plan! Guide® to Networking.

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All of my Get a Plan! Guides® will give you the ideas and inspiration to do your work easier, faster, and in a more focused fashion – so that you can accomplish your goals more smoothly, i.e., peacefully, productively, and predictably.

Take a few minutes and check out what is available through this site and order what you find useful.

Click here to view all of the publications available.

I want you to have a plan so it’s smart to consult one of the Get a Plan! Guides® for your writing, your distractions, your networking, your procrastination, or any of the other topics that are currently available.

Please know that I am interested in your suggestions, too!! Send them along!