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Get Stuff Done: Taking Control of Your Time and Managing Leisure Guilt - Shared screen with speaker view
Talline Martins
09:56
Thank you for coming to today’s workshop, “Get Stuff Done: Taking Control of Your Time and Managing Leisure Guilt” organized by the Office of Graduate Professional Development. We’ll begin at 11am!
Talline Martins
13:10
Thank you for coming to today’s workshop, “Get Stuff Done: Taking Control of Your Time and Managing Leisure Guilt” organized by the Office of Graduate Professional Development. We’ll begin at 11am!
Talline Martins
17:31
Thank you for coming to the Office of Graduate Professional Development summer series’ second workshop today! We would greatly appreciate it if you could complete this short survey after the workshop to help us improve our future programming. It should take 2-3 minutes. Just follow this link: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2t3UtmqHkRhZ8A5
Christine Hadad
18:03
All of it
Jeremy Block
18:09
How long should my work day be?
Diana W
18:17
A lot of those: too many things to do, feeling overwhelmed, feeling guilty during “down time”
Jamielyn Daugherty
18:26
I work full time and am working on my PhD part time. I get so busy that I sometimes shut down and do nothing.
Lisa Emerson
18:39
I feel stressed a lot of the time and can’t enjoy my leisure activities because I always feel like I need to be doing something else
Daniela Wilner
18:58
So.much.guilt!
Tawnya Vernon
19:10
Checking things off my to do list brings me fulfilment but then pulls me away from hobbies/self-care
Jennifer Simon
19:17
My problem is that I do NOT have any leisure guilt.
Jamielyn Daugherty
19:22
Solutions.
Tawnya Vernon
19:30
Balance
Mabel Baez
19:35
Tools
Daniela Wilner
19:40
strategies
Lisa Emerson
19:53
I expect to gain some skills on how to improve my work life balance and reduce my leisure guilt!
Diana W
20:27
I spend a lot of time (1) wishing I could do something fun while I’m working and (2) feeling like I need to work when I’m doing something fun/relaxing. I hope to be more present in both activities
Daniela Wilner
23:09
Schedule failure is a biggie for me!
Talline Martins
27:41
University of California How-To Guide for SMART goals: https://www.ucop.edu/local-human-resources/_files/performance-appraisal/How to write SMART Goals v2.pdf
Daniela Wilner
28:56
I’m getting an error page
Tatiana Chaparro Lopez
29:16
Same
Diana W
29:35
https://www.ucop.edu/local-human-resources/_files/performance-appraisal/How%20to%20write%20SMART%20Goals%20v2.pdf
Mabel Baez
29:49
Thank you
Talline Martins
29:57
try this link if the previous doesn't work: https://bit.ly/3fT6s7f
Tatiana Chaparro Lopez
31:20
The last two links worked. Thank you.
Daniela Wilner
31:30
Thanks!
Daun F
35:00
Lol! great advice on the planner
Diana W
36:21
I had a super cute planner but I found myself forgetting a lot of the things I wrote down, especially scheduled items. I switched to an electronic calendar (iCal for me) and it worked so much better for me. It really helped me follow it with the reminders/alerts, and it made it easier to make adjustments when I needed to.
Diana W
38:09
YES, breaking down large tasks is so important
Lisa Emerson
38:58
ME
Diana W
39:02
ME
Daniela Wilner
39:02
meee
Hoda Manafian
39:12
MEEEEEEEE
Sarah Sawyer
39:14
yes
Sripriya Nannu Shankar
39:28
yessss
Diana W
39:53
My lowest bar is “submittable” - something I could send off and not be embarrassed by it
Talline Martins
40:32
NCFDD’s Overcoming Academic Procrastination Webinar: https://www.facultydiversity.org/webinars/academicperf19
Fiorella Yvette Guerrero Calle
44:16
Is this workshop going to be able to share later?
Tawnya Vernon
44:18
How to you avoid overscheduling if someone sees your calendar and assumes blank time means that you don't have a meeting?
Tawnya Vernon
44:49
or a task that you have to complete...
Nicole Tuovila
44:50
Schedule it as something like “personal work time”
Talline Martins
44:54
Hi Tanya, I schedule "work time" so no one tries to set up a meeting with me
Talline Martins
45:16
sorry I misspelled your name, Tawnya
Talline Martins
45:37
Upcoming and Recorded Workshops from OGPD: http://graduateschool.ufl.edu/about-us/offices/division-of-graduate-student-affairs-dgsa/professional-development-ogpd/professional-development-workshop-series/
Tawnya Vernon
46:00
Thanks Talline! No one here does that, but I guess it doesn't hurt to start. :)
Jeremy Block
46:42
I’ve been using a time tracker(toggl.com) to find my distractions in my day. So far so good!
Jamielyn Daugherty
49:45
Sometimes I make an 'I've Done' list, I list every little thing that I did and really notice how much was actually accomplished, even on days I feel like I got nothing done.
Talline Martins
51:15
good tip, Jamielyn!
Lisa Emerson
51:16
I love that idea Jamielyn!
Jake Rosenzweig
51:23
That's a great suggestion.
Jennifer Simon
51:29
If you skip the to-do list, how do you remember what it is you need to do?
Fiorella Yvette Guerrero Calle
52:00
Is this workshop going to be able to share later?
Talline Martins
52:10
Upcoming and Recorded Workshops from OGPD: http://graduateschool.ufl.edu/about-us/offices/division-of-graduate-student-affairs-dgsa/professional-development-ogpd/professional-development-workshop-series/
Lisa Emerson
52:12
Do you have any tips for managing a boss/supervisor who expects you to be available all the time?
Tawnya Vernon
52:36
How do you track all of the goals? Any preferred or recommended software?
Talline Martins
53:36
I like https://focus.nirvanahq.com/
Talline Martins
53:43
to track goals
Jeremy Block
54:12
consider Bullet journaling - https://bulletjournal.com/
Talline Martins
54:42
try this is other link doesn't work: https://www.nirvanahq.com/login
Tawnya Vernon
56:10
Thank you! :)
Krista Koeller
01:01:18
lol tell that to my advisor.
Diana W
01:01:32
LOL @Krista too real
Talline Martins
01:01:40
Krista, we're trying :)
Talline Martins
01:02:42
Thank you for attending our workshop today: “Get Stuff Done: Taking Control of Your Time and Managing Leisure Guilt”. Please take a moment to fill out this short, 8-question survey to help us plan and improve future programming: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2t3UtmqHkRhZ8A5
Jennifer Simon
01:03:46
Great webinar. Thank you.
Lucia Pastor Palomo
01:04:01
Great presentation, thank you!!!
Mabel Baez
01:04:11
Thank you
Daniela Wilner
01:04:19
Thank you!
Christine Hadad
01:04:20
Agreed, thanks!! very informative
Jake Rosenzweig
01:04:27
If you struggle with "getting your hours in" each day, I suggest the Pomodoro technique:Turn off your phone and set a 20 minute timer. During this "Pomodoro", work without distraction - it's just 20 min. When it ends, give yourself a 5 minute break. Get up, walk around, check your phone, etc. After the 5 minute break, do another Pomodoro.Repeat this process 4 times and then you've earned a 30 minute break.
Monica Samit
01:04:28
Just thought I'd share this article that I enjoyed... I keep a printed copy by my workspace to remind myself! :) https://rightasrain.uwmedicine.org/mind/stress/perfectionism-problem
Carla Mere Roncal
01:04:32
thank you very much!
Lisa Emerson
01:04:35
This was great!! Thank you!!
binita shrestha
01:04:52
Very helpful. Thank you
Tessa Schulmeister
01:04:54
Great info! Thank you!
Deep Kundu
01:05:06
Thank you so much
Sarah Sawyer
01:05:07
do you recommend scheduling self care
Jamielyn Daugherty
01:05:11
How about juggling work and school?
Widyastri Rahmy
01:05:23
Thank you for this session!
Talline Martins
01:05:28
Don’t forget to register for the rest of our upcoming workshops in this series, “Managing Stress and Anxiety as a Graduate Student”! Learn more and register here: http://graduateschool.ufl.edu/about-us/offices/division-of-graduate-student-affairs-dgsa/professional-development-ogpd/professional-development-workshop-series/
Tawnya Vernon
01:05:44
To manage leisure guilt, I think I need to have an idea of what is reasonable for dedicating to work. I realize this is personal but how do I determine what a baseline is for someone in my field?
Jake Rosenzweig
01:06:03
Very helpful seminar, Amanda. Thanks! I'll utilize the SMART goals.
Diana W
01:06:13
I understand the idea of radical acceptance, but I think I often have a difficult time actually doing it. My job market this year was derailed by covid and hiring freezes. My department was super supportive and provided funding for an extra year, but it’s been difficult/hard to accept. Time has definitely helped, but are there ways of thinking to help radical acceptance along?
Tawnya Vernon
01:06:15
(I need evidence to support my decisions, lol)
Mabel Baez
01:06:35
SO TRUE!
Lucia Pastor Palomo
01:06:52
How could these tips be applied to avoid arriving late to any sort of meetings in the day to day life because of trying to do too many things at the time?
Daniela Wilner
01:07:07
Lucia I feel so seen >.<
Talline Martins
01:07:25
OGPD Office Hours: Tuesdays 11-12 and Wednesdays 1-2: http://graduateschool.ufl.edu/about-us/offices/division-of-graduate-student-affairs-dgsa/professional-development-ogpd/ogpd-office-hours/
Amanda Catron (she/her)
01:07:52
catron@ufl.edu
Lucia Pastor Palomo
01:09:05
thank you yes :)
Monica Samit
01:12:28
Road trips and camping are also still do-able if you're into that!
Talline Martins
01:12:43
Thanks for the tip, Monica!
Yao Xiao
01:13:09
Agree, I usually go hiking if I feel bad
Fiorella Yvette Guerrero Calle
01:13:18
Thanks Amanda and Talline, good ideas!
Sarah Hutchins
01:13:31
Thank you!
Diana W
01:13:41
Thank you!
Sripriya Nannu Shankar
01:13:44
Thank you Amanda!
Shaimaa Elbalkiny
01:13:52
Thank you
Talline Martins
01:13:57
Thank you for attending our workshop today: “Get Stuff Done: Taking Control of Your Time and Managing Leisure Guilt”. Please take a moment to fill out this short, 8-question survey to help us plan and improve future programming: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2t3UtmqHkRhZ8A5
Harrison Burch
01:13:58
Thank you!
Tawnya Vernon
01:14:02
Thank you! Have a great day, everyone.
Jeremy Block
01:14:03
Thank you!
Lucia Pastor Palomo
01:14:37
thank you so much!!
Amanda Catron (she/her)
01:20:41
catron@ufl.edu
yimei.huang@ufl.edu
01:20:51
Thank you!!