How to Throw Away Your To Do List
Does your business have regular meetings or tasks that need to happen daily, weekly, yearly, etc? Did you know that locking them into your calendar ahead of time makes it much more likely that they will be accomplished? In today’s episode, Mark explains his system of “pre-loading” your calendar with recurring, necessary tasks and meetings (instead of relying on a to-do list) to help you to get more done with less stress.
The Mastermind for Business podcast is powered by Business Accelerator Mastermind, a coaching program that helps service business owners and professionals double their revenue whilst halving their time in the business. Each week, Mark Creedon, a Business Coach at Business Accelerator Mastermind, speaks with some of the best business minds in the world and shares simple, practical steps you can take to create the business you always wanted.
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In today’s podcast Mark explores:
- Pre-loading your calendar with recurring events
- Scheduling/pre-loading important items for cash flow– need to be priority
- What about urgent things that crop up?
- How it works – the structure
- If it’s on the calendar, it’s more likely to happen
- Working with your assistant to load your calendar
- The calendar is king
- Remember – your email inbox is simply someone else’s to-do list!
- Email tips and tricks
- Recapping the episode
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