It’s easy to allow each day to bleed into the next. Easy to commute into work on Monday and commute home on Friday without knowing quite sure what happened in-between. You probably replied to some emails and sat in some meetings.
But what did you accomplish?
It’s not that you or anyone else is disappointed in your work. You’re actually moving things forward quite nicely.
It’s just that it you feel like you’re only reacting, just putting out fires, never moving the big, important work forward. Never quite being able to work on the most exciting projects, or solving the most irritating problems. Always feeling behind – not to mention running late. Or, not quite sure where to best apply your energy.
In working with the most ambitious, creative, and driven professionals, I’ve found they continually struggle with two things;
– blocking off time for planning their work (and keeping that commitment to themselves) and
– ensuring all their most important commitments have an appropriate place on their calendar within the next two weeks.
If there was one key technique, one key habit providing the benefits of the How To Use a Calendar program in concentrated form it would be The Guided Bi-Weekly Preview.
Once you sign up, I’ll contact you to schedule four recurring 50-minute sessions on your calendar – enough to install your calendar practice and giving you the confidence to continue on your own.