Last summer, I ran a live webinar called “5 Summer Secrets for a Stress-Free Fall,” and throughout the various sessions, over 5,000 teachers attended! I’d never done live webinars before, and really enjoyed being able to connect with participants in real time. I definitely plan to do another live webinar this summer.

However, I also thought it would be great to turn that live event into something you can watch anytime you want. So I broke the training into 7 shorter videos and created an on-demand series.

Here’s what you’ll get from this on-demand video:

  1. Discover how to create your end-of-summer vision (what do you want your life to look like when summer is over?)and select goals that will move you toward that vision
  2. Learn simple time-saving tipst hat will help you work smarter, not harder, right away
  3. Explore 5 productivity strategies for home and school that will help you feel more accomplished AND allow you to truly relax
  4. Learn how to use your summer to get ahead for fall,choosing key tasks to complete now in order to free up more time once school begins

5 summer secrets for a stress-free fall

Start watching the training here now!

You can complete the entire video series in just under an hour, and also get:

  • printable resources
  • audio-only version (podcast)
  • certificate of completion

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