Free Teleclass: Strategies for When You Are Seriously and Scarily Behind
Written by Lisa Montanaro | September 21, 2010

I’m excited to host Meggin McIntosh as she presents:

Strategies for When You Are Seriously and Scarily Behind

We all get a little behind sometimes – at home, at work, in our classes, in our chores, and in our many projects. It happens and we can laugh about it and try to clear some time to get “caught up.” BUT, other times, we are

  • Significantly behind in our projects;
  • Clearly in arrears on our promises;
  • Unquestionably freaked-out about how far behind we are.

Here are some of the words that people use when this happens (and these might sound familiar to you):

  • Abject and paralyzing terror
  • Shame
  • Angry – with myself and others
  • Confused
  • Depressed
  • Drained
  • Embarrassed
  • Like I’m drowning
  • Negative about myself, my abilities, and my life
  • Fearful about my blood pressure and other health issues
  • Terrified
  • Sick to my stomach

If any of these – and the myriad other emotions you could express – are part of what you’re experiencing, then you will want to participate in this special teleseminar with my guest expert, Meggin McIntosh, Ph.D.

Teleseminar Details:

  • Date: Thursday, October 14th
  • Time: 12:00-1:30pm EST/9:00 – 10:30am PST
  • Cost: Free!

It will be recorded and all registrants will receive the MP3 right after the class, as well as a handout before class — so make sure to register right away so you will receive all the materials.

Meet the Author

Helping others be the best versions of themselves gets me jazzed!

I’ve worn many hats in my lifetime—often at the same time—while enjoying fulfilling careers. I’ve been a performer, teacher, sign language instructor, lawyer, career counselor, law professor, coach, consultant, mediator, entrepreneur, speaker, trainer, writer, and author. 

I’m an eternal optimist and life-long learner, constantly researching ways to improve personal and professional effectiveness. And it brings me great joy to then pass on the results of that persistent curiosity to my clients and audiences. 

Of all the career hats I’ve been privileged to wear, my favorite is owner of this business since 2002. Why? Because it provides me the opportunity to work with wonderful organizational and individual clients. On any given day, I get to connect deeply with audiences, work with dedicated teams, improve workplaces, watch clients have a-ha moments, and know I’ve made a difference in their lives and careers. And that is very satisfying.