As an entrepreneur, you know that time is your most valuable asset. That’s why we’ve got some tricks up our sleeve that will help you accomplish more in less time.
Following these proven Calendar tips will allow you to get back to focusing on what matters most: growing your business.
Funnel your time into growing your business:
- Organization is the key. Juggling multiple calendars is a time waster and can lead to costly mistakes. Integrating your meetings and tasks onto one Calendar is one of the easiest ways to stay on track. This will ensure maximum productivity and no double-booked events.
- Be accessible to others. Relationships are everything. Whether it’s vendors, investors, partners, or employees, they all matter. That’s why it’s vital you make yourself available to others. Email tag is the worst possible way to make your time accessible to others. Utilizing custom made Time Slots allows you to send personalized meeting links that make scheduling a breeze. Simply copy, paste, and send.
- Automate as much as possible. Your time is in high demand, don’t spend it on time-consuming tasks. Set up automated reminders through text and emails to mitigate no-shows. Customize your Time Slots to include buffer times so you can have enough time between meetings. Add daily meeting limits to control the number of meetings that can be scheduled on your calendar. Dread taking notes? Add Note Transcription to your account and let your Calendar take notes for you.
- Utilize time management. One way to figure out when you’re at your most productive for particular kinds of work is to track your time. With Calendar Analytics, you can know when, where, and how you’re spending your time. This way you can make changes that will help you reach optimal productivity faster.
- Integrate your favorite tools. Killing multiple birds with one stone is easy with Calendar's seamless integrations. Add video conference links (Zoom, GoToMeeting, Google Hangouts, etc.) to your Time Slots so your contacts can easily access them when scheduling a meeting.