single session slowductivity coaching
for people seeking an actionable plan to complete a short-term project or goal
A 60-minute video or phone coaching session where we can dive into one or two topics in depth. Single Sessions are ideal for making short-term plans, evaluating your current relationship with your productivity, and identifying a few next steps you can implement after our session. Single Sessions include session notes, which I will email you within 48 hours of our call. The investment for Single Session Slowductivity Coaching is $135/session.
success & Accountability Coaching
a 3-month or 6-month coaching package for people who want to develop a more intentional relationship with their productivity practices while accomplishing long-term goals
This package is ideal for creatives, academics, entrepreneurs, or anyone who craves a functional reset of their approach to productivity, time management, or prioritization (see specialized package below for professors). Both the 3-month and 6-month packages include a detailed intake questionnaire, one 60-minute coaching call per month across consecutive months, weekly email check-ins, detailed session notes after each session, and access to email me with questions and updates.
3-Month Package Investment: For individuals paying for themselves: $750 total, payable $250/month. For individuals paid for by their organization: $1,020 total, payable $340/month. There are special rates for professors (see “Proposal for Professors” button below).
6-Month package Investment: For individuals paying for themselves: $1,350 total, payable $225/month (saving $25/month). For individuals paid for by their organization is $1,980 total, payable $330/month (saving $10/session). There are special rates for professors (see “Proposal for Professors” button below).
success & Accountability for Professors
Success and Accountability Coaching is especially beneficial for professors who aim to achieve multiple long-term professional and personal goals throughout the fall and spring terms and summer. Please note that professors and university faculty can pay for coaching sessions with me via professional development and/or research funds. If you would like to share a proposal that summarizes Success & Accountability Coaching for your department, click the button below to download a PDF summary of the program. If you have any questions, or if you’d like to chat about how Success & Accountability Coaching could be helpful for you, please feel free to email me or to book a discovery call.
intentionally productive scholars program
education, community, and accountability for busy undergraduate students
The IPSP is an 8-week program that will guide undergraduate scholars to develop meta-awareness around their own relationship with their productivity, time management, and work habits and also build a rich personal productivity toolkit of action steps that will benefit them in college, graduate school, and in their careers. Through weekly lessons, a detailed workbook, co-working sessions, group coaching calls, and engagement on the community portal, scholars will experience accountability, camaraderie, and professional support while applying intentional productivity to school, graduate school applications, and work/life balance.
workshops & consulting
I consult with businesses, universities, and individuals in the following capacities:
- Productivity Coaching
- Content development for undergraduate and graduate students
- Subject Matter Expert (specialities: course mapping and design; assessment; English, Rhetoric, Women and Gender Studies, and College Composition)
- Training in professional and academic writing and research methods
- Revision and copyediting
- Professional workshops
- Writing and accountability groups
I offer professional workshops on the following topics:
- Work/life balance
- Time management and limiting overwork
- Intention and mindfulness at work
- Setting actionable and achievable goals
- Making large projects manageable
- Best practices for graduate students and undergraduate students
- Introduction to productivity and time management for undergraduate students
- Building sustainable writing habits
- + other topics related to productivity
Have an idea for a workshop for your company or school? Let’s chat?
Some of my past consulting clients include:
- McNair Scholars Program
- University of Massachusetts Office of Professional Development and Graduate Student Senate
- University of Massachusetts Office and Academic Planning and Assessment
- Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts
- Cambridge College General Education Department
Click the button below to book a free half hour discovery call where we can chat about how I can help you and your employees or students improve your productivity without feeling overwhelmed. If you prefer to email me directly, click here.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What is Productivity Coaching?
Productivity Coaching helps you focus your energy and attention on high priority tasks so you can accomplish your goals without feeling overwhelmed. A Productivity Coach is a trained professional who provides one-on-one guidance to help a client develop practices such as time management, habit formation, prioritization, work/life balance, project management, setting boundaries around distractions like technology, and more.
What happens during Productivity Coaching Sessions?
I tailor every Productivity Coaching session for each client’s needs and interests. In general, I begin a session by establishing a client’s current relationship with productivity and then we move on to identify key goals that the client would like to accomplish on the short- or long-term. I ask many guiding questions to help my clients reflect on and articulate what outcomes they would like to achieve, and I assist my clients in developing a step-by-step plan that is actionable and achievable. By the end of every session, each client leaves with an individualized list of to-do tasks and/or experiments to try. For Success & Accountability Mentorship clients, monthly sessions also include a reflection on the previous month and cumulate in a productivity plan for the next month, in terms of work, rest, and self-care practices.
What are the benefits of Productivity Coaching?
The benefits of working with a Productivity Coach are vast. Clients who feel overwhelmed find that coaching offers them focused approaches to confusing projects, and clients regularly share that they feel like they were given permission to shift their relationship with their labor so they could achieve goals without overworking. I strive to help clients hone in on practical, realistic approaches to their work that function because they also prioritize rest and boundaries.
What topics do you cover during coaching?
I ensure that all of my Productivity Coaching sessions are individualized for each client, so no session is alike. However, there are a number of topics that I regularly work with clients on:
- Time management
- Habit formation (starting or stopping a habit)
- Goal-setting and intention-setting
- How to rest and take breaks
- How to set boundaries around your work
- Workaholism and workaholic tendencies
- How to approach work when you live with chronic illness or chronic pain
- Breaking down a larger task into manageable steps
- Increasing focus
- Handling overwhelm
- Writing, particularly dissertations (reverse outlining, drafting, revision plans, concept-mapping and min-mapping, interpreting feedback, etc.)
- and so, so much more.
What kinds of clients do you generally work with?
I’m open to working with any clients who want to reevaluate their relationship with productivity, although the majority of my clients are academics, creatives, and entrepreneurs. I have worked with many graduate students who are writing their dissertations. I especially appreciate working with clients who live with chronic health issues, like chronic illness or chronic pain. Many of my clients come to me via recommendation, although my clients also find me on Instagram or via my podcast interviews.
What are your credentials?
I have been coaching clients in productivity since 2018, and I have been an educator and writing mentor for over a decade. I am professional scholar, trained researcher and writer, and I have three graduate degrees: an MFA, an MA, and a Ph.D. I take Productivity Coaching very seriously, which means I study and practice the tools I teach to my clients. I have published over 100 blog posts and three online articles about a myriad of productivity theories, practices, and approaches, and I have been interviewed on four podcasts. You can read my CV here.
What is your coaching philosphy?
I believe that every single one of my clients deserves to rest, to set boundaries around their work, and to define success on their own terms. I endeavor to translate my years of research and training into personalized, realistic approaches that each of my clients can use to find more peace, confidence, and pleasure in their lives. I will never tell a client to suck it up or ask them to overwork; instead, I’ll help them to develop a sustainable approach to productivity that is rooted in their values, goals, and preferences.
What types of sessions do you offer and what's offered in each?
I currently offer two different coaching options: Single Session Slowductivity Coaching and Success & Accountability Mentorship. Scroll up on this page to read more about each package.