Productivity Hack – Prioritize the Lesser Priority

Productivity Hack – Prioritize the Lesser Priority

There’s something to be said about all of those blogs, podcasts, etc. that talk about prioritizing your tasks such that the most important ones are first. But there’s another way to do it that has led to me producing a lot more content and achieving a lot more goals.*

Personalized Learning

Personalized Learning

With an explosion of educational technologies available in the marketplace, there’s some who suggest that we are in the midst of a revolution in education (Twyman, 2014b).  We believe that this is true and aim to support this cause as well, and not only for traditional educational environments (i.e., school, universities).

Want to Branch Out? 3 Days Remain

Want to Branch Out? 3 Days Remain

The very nature of engaging in valued events means that you may have to neglect others. I’ve worked on developing a few habits the past couple years to help handle these situations (both myself and those within my support network).

Make that Connection

Make that Connection

After some 500 days of reading or thinking about someone’s words, you sort of feel like you’ve gotten to know them. I had never spoken to Steve. I had never met him. I have never heard him speak at a conference. I had never taken a class from him. However, his trail of writings in various books, articles, blogs, and listserv posts made him a daily part of my life, all without him knowing it.

What it’s Like Being a Mom & a Behavior Analyst: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

What it’s Like Being a Mom & a Behavior Analyst: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

The first 4-5 years I really struggled with learning how to balance it all (around 2015). My behavior was greatly shaped by the consumers I served, and many times I was neglecting providing my own children with the much-needed attention from their mother.

On the Accessibility of Conferences - A Next Gen Commitment

On the Accessibility of Conferences - A Next Gen Commitment

Let’s be honest – if you can knock out a conference for under $500 you’re doing something amazing.  Sure there’s the occasional one that is in your backyard, but typically there’s airfare, boarding, ground transportation, expensive meal prices, etc. One model that I have been exploring to various capacities is an online platform.

Should You Create that Committee?

Should You Create that Committee?

Perhaps you'd like to create a committee on disseminating our beautiful science, but you're not quite sure what resources are available to the organization. This was one of the functions that the Association of Behavior Analysis International's 2nd Education Conference planning committee served me while I was working on the event with a crazy talented team.  

Where do I start with OBM?

Where do I start with OBM?

If I were to encourage the person looking to expand their repertoire in this area it would be to look at OBM through the various conceptual systems that are within behavior analysis. Said another way, it's more than just the branded materials that we often encounter.

Staying Sane in an Insane World: Behavioral Observations Podcast

Staying Sane in an Insane World: Behavioral Observations Podcast

Ryan O'Donnell recently joined Matt Cicoria of The Behavioral Observations Podcast to talk about self-management and goal-setting for the behavioral scientist-practitioner. You're definitely going to want to pencil this into your week!

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