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June 12, 2018

New Fave App of 2018: Notion!

While technology is NOT the only answer to Togetherness, I’ve recently become enamored with Notion. And I’m not the only one who feels this way! Sarah W., the leader of Prospect Hill Academy Charter School’s Teaching Fellows Program in…

February 22, 2018

An Excel-lent Together Leader System

On a recent hang in Houston, I re-met Together Tribe member Chris F., a Dean at Relay Graduate School of Education. Chris is a digital loyalist, and I spied this amazing Excel sheet over his shoulder. Chris uses Excel as his main Together…

February 7, 2018

Routines, Routines, Routines! – and a fun printable!

Sometimes people ask what makes me different from anyone else out there who writes about time management. My answer: I’m all about creating routines and building habits. One of the most popular parts of my first book is a section called Opening…

July 28, 2017

Braxton’s Unplanned Meeting Notes Template

On my recent trip to Mississippi, Braxton S., a high school principal, showed off his Together System. Yowsa, look at that fancy Weekly Worksheet on the front page! More to come on this baby later. Braxton and his Together System! For now, I…

January 26, 2017

Keeping it Together with Cozi

Well, now that I’ve officially inserted myself into managing time and To-Do’s in your HOMES, let’s just go there all the way, shall we? I want to preface this post by saying that I fully support spontaneity and last-minuteness in busy…

December 9, 2016

Mike F.’s Fresh Take on the Moleskine

It’s been so fun to go through all of my photos from this summer’s Together Tour. That’s how you got Jacob’s Traveling Whiteboard and Cody’s Updated Clipboard, plus fun pencil cases and beautiful views and other such sundry…

November 9, 2016

Jacob and the Traveling Whiteboard

I meet a lot of folks who love to sketch plans on whiteboards, brainstorm mindmaps on chart paper, and generally be creative with their Togetherness Tools. The challenge with many of these approaches is they remain “stuck” in the room where the…

October 28, 2016

Together Talks: Ann Clark, Superintendent

My obsessive wait for this blog to post each week, along with my secret love of these posts, has inspired me to start regularly highlighting interviews with stellar leaders and teachers who can share their personal reflections on the role of…

August 26, 2015

36 Hours on My Sister’s Farm

Many of you know that I grew up in rural Maine in a town of 600 people. Life there could not be more different than my current one in the DC suburbs. It’s pretty hard to get back up to the homeland, but when my father turned 70 two weeks ago, I…

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