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Your calendar can be a tool that protects your focus, defends your productivity, and gives a sense of what you can accomplish in a week.
Merge your to-do list with your calendar. Whenever you add something to your to-do list for the week, immediately add the time it will take to your schedu...
A focus block is a period of work where you shut out everything, turn off your phone, and pay attention to one task.
The key to success for a focus block:
Without lunch blocked off, people often find that they do meetings or eat from their desks. The same can be said for rest and fitness time. Ensure you protect yourself from working during these times by blocking off specific times for it.
Having a schedule isn't about doing more work but ge...
Do a schedule prep. Lay out your focus blocks, fitness, meal times, and major tasks into your schedule.
Leave lots of room for the unexpected and ensure you're not overcommitting.
Try to keep your default meeting length to 15 or 30 minutes. When you constrain time, you focus more. Longer meetings should be the exception, not the rule.
For internal meetings, allow people to book based on your calendar. For external meetings, give people access to open spots in your ca...
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