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Why Calendars are More Effective Than To Do Lists

Why Calendars are More Effective Than To Do Lists

Given the role that time plays in our lives, it would make sense to focus on managing our time instead of our tasks. Using a calendar effectively can help you tap into the power of one focused hour a day.

If you’re a freelancer, consultant, or coach, it might include focused time to work on client projects, but also time to learn new skills or to be inspired by others’ work, or to work on your own marketing initiatives.

If you’re a mid-level executive, your ideal week might include one-on-one coaching time with some of your team members, time for a team meeting, as well as time to sit alone to think strategically about the year ahead.

Scheduling Meetings More Efficiently

As somebody who interviews several people every week, I have to schedule quite a few meetings. That meant a lot of emails back and forth. It wasn’t until I discovered Calendly that I was able to drastically reduce the number of emails that were sent.

1. Changing Your Behavior with a Calendar

2. Using a Calendar for Tasks and Reminders

3. Scheduling Meetings More Efficiently

4. Using a Calendar for Goals

Millionaires don’t use to do lists. If something truly matters to you, put it on your calendar. You’ll be amazed at how much the likelihood of getting it done increases.

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Written by Harry Rosen

Harry Rosen is an accomplished explorer, photographer, creative director, speaker, and author.

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