Instead, you have to figure it out as you go.
I want to change that by sharing the lessons I've learned about succeeding in the academy—both before and after tenure.
Cut the guesswork out of your academic career so you can spend more time doing the work you really care about and less time stressing about whether you're doing it right.
Balance research, teaching, and service
Develop a pre-tenure strategic plan
Establish a consistent writing practice
Cultivate work-life balance
Learn how to:
Like most things worth doing, earning tenure is hard. But it shouldn't be a miserable grind. I can help you find sustainable ways to rise to the challenge while maintaining your well being and avoiding the trap of constant busyness.
1:1 coaching starting at $398 USD per month
2 x 50 minute coaching calls per month (private and 100% confidential)
Email recaps after every call (so you don't forget your next steps)
Check ins via email between sessions (in case you have a question or need a morale boost!)
Go from “I have no idea what I’m doing” to “I’ve got this!” by learning how to create an actionable pre-tenure roadmap that gives you the clarity and direction you need to feel confident in your ability to earn tenure and promotion.
Easy to implement strategies designed to take the overwhelm out of earning tenure.
In my first two years on the tenure track, I worked all of the time, but usually not on the right things.
I spent way too much time on teaching, and sacrificed my evenings and weekends (and sleep) to research. I didn’t exercise, or pursue hobbies, or make friends, or eat well. I was stressed, and exhausted, and lonely. Plus, I developed a back problem from too many hours hunched over my laptop! Ouch!
I know now that it doesn’t have to be this way. You can earn tenure without working yourself into the ground. Instead of repeating my mistakes, I want you to learn from them.