TMN Podcast #4 – 10 Tips to Help Prepare Your Calendar for Your Week

Welcome to the Time Management Ninja Podcast, Episode #4.

Today’s episode has 10 tips to help you make sure you calendar is ready for your week.

Many people don’t look at their calendar until appointments are upon them, and don’t utilize them to their full productivity potential.

See if today’s tips can help you keep your calendar ready to keep you on track.

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Here is the list of tips in today’s podcast:

10 Tips to Help Your Prepare Your Calendar for Your Week:

  1. Look into the Future
  2. Block Your Time
  3. Make Appointments with Tough Tasks
  4. Practice the Right to Decline
  5. Confirm those Engagements
  6. Don’t Be Afraid of your Calendar
  7. Make Sure to Schedule Free Time
  8. Avoid Back-to-Back Meetings
  9. Always Allow Extra Time for New Tasks
  10. Schedule Your Habits



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6 thoughts on “TMN Podcast #4 – 10 Tips to Help Prepare Your Calendar for Your Week

  1. Thank you for this podcast. Very clear overview of how to use your calendar more efficiently. I’ve been reading your blogs for a few years now. Keep up the good work! Cheers Max (The Netherlands)