“Most time is wasted, not in hours, but in minutes. A bucket
with a small hole in the bottom gets just as empty as a
bucket that is deliberately kicked over.” ~Paul J. Meyer
Is This Site for You?
It is if you are looking for practical, positive, powerful ways to be more productive – and who isn’t seeking that?!
And, it is if you care about your time and your life.
Six (6!) different series of Top Ten Productivity Tips are offered here. Learn more about each one by clicking Home on navigation bar. To get the most out of the tips, I encourage you to CHOOSE a series that is the best fit at this moment.
I know the time you have to learn is limited and I will honor your time by only sending you helpful, accessible tips and ideas. Then, you can take what you learn and put it into practice to make a difference in your professional and personal life.
Why Would Meggin Offer These Tips for FREE Each Week?
I am, at heart, a teacher. A teacher can’t teach without learners so I am delighted that you are here to learn. Plus, we teach what we most need to learn and I am seeking ways to be more productive. Teaching you teaches me.
Meet Meggin McIntosh
Founded in 1996, Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. serves individuals, associations, schools, universities, colleges, and companies through workshops, seminars, coaching, and consulting. Meggin McIntosh founded the company to help those with whom we work to know, feel, dream, and do more and differently so that they are living the best and most productive lives possible – and doing so with consciousness, clarity, and conviction.
The company is based in Reno (an incredible place to live and work!), but Meggin travels extensively throughout the country consulting and doing workshops for colleges, universities, schools, and other organizations.
The choice of the name Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. is quite deliberate. We endeavor to make excellence our habit. We guarantee all of our work, our services, and our products. As Karen, the original project manager for Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. once remarked to me, “We are not Emphasis on Mediocrity!” That is important for those with whom we work to know because we not only have high expectations of ourselves, but of the situations and set ups where we are working.