Are you struggling with finding enough time for everything?
Are you missing important events and having problems remembering it all?
Do you need more structure and focus in your life?
If you answered yes to any of those questions - take my course and let me help you!
This course already has 1000+ students and a 4.8 review rating.
I will teach you:
Use your calendar to make sure you get everything done, allow nothing slips through the cracks and clear your mind of the clutter. (You have enough time for it all).
I will cover how to:
I have condensed the videos down to a point where they just contain the essential knowledge on calendar productivity you need. Enabling you to reach your goals and change your life.
A big part of the course is teaching you to increase how efficient and productive you are using your calendar, getting you valuable time back.
All my videos have:
All my courses have a 30 day, no questions asked, money back guarantee.
Never double book yourself, you can't be in 2 places at a time. Use your calendar to be an awesome mono tasker. Don't multitask.
Hold yourself accountable with your calendar and your appointments, never think of it as "should do" time slots, they are "Do" time slots.
Buffer time is key to being efficient with your calendar, don't schedule back to back meetings and events. Give yourself time to go over what happened at the meeting, recharge and prepare for the next thing you need to do.
Quick tutorial on how to make a google account, so you can use the google calendar.
Overview of the google calendar interfaces, options, settings and what you can/should change.
Overview of the "Add event" to the google calendar, the options, settings and interface.
Some more in-depth tips and techniques for the google calendar.
How to add multiple calendars, and how to separate the different aspects of your life with separate calendars.
Practical examples of different calendar items and the little tweaks you can add to them.
A very brief overview of the outlook calendar interface compared to google calendar.
You need to stop multitasking, it is you producing sub-par results on multiple things at a time, it doesn't work.
Don't waste time on emails in your peak hours, be productive and don't just seem and feel productive.
Only work on important things, you can gain hours back each week by knowing what is Important and what is non-Important.
Focus your energy where it matters, where it has the biggest effect for the least effort.
You need to build new habits when you want new things, your current habits were built for what you have achieved so far, what you have now.
You want more, you want better, you need to build the framework for that.
Give yourself the chance to be super productive by allowing your body to get the rest it needs and the fuel it needs.
Save yourself and your colleagues valuable time by running meetings right.
I have for many years helped a lot of people I have known reach their goals, become more efficient and get what they want in life.
To reach a much broader audience and ultimately help more people I teach here on udemy.
I have used the tips, tricks, and techniques from my courses for many years and they has enabled me to have a wonderful life.
As I grow and learn, I add to them, refine them, and make them work more and more in unison.
I have worked throughout my successful career primarily with IT and I have been lucky enough to work on some of the most exciting aspects of it.
A long that path I have done amazing things, worked on some very cool projects and had truly inspiring colleagues, but the things I remember the fondest are the people I helped and the ones who helped me.
Throughout my life and career I have made a lot of lateral moves when up doesn’t look appealing, this has given me some great adventures and an amazing life.
Learning, and through that, growing both as a professional and as a person has always been something I have enjoyed a lot.
To find what I enjoy the most I have switched careers several times, some to something entirely new and some to a similar complimentary path.
It is always OK to switch paths (as long as you plan it out).
With my love of learning, IT has been a good place to grow, there is so much to learn and it is always evolving.
I hold a good deal of leading industry certifications and I am sure more are going to show themselves in the future.
My current list of valid certifications:
Some certifications I let lapse, when I am no longer interested in working in that line of work and they do not compliment what I want to do moving forward.
The ones I give up I don’t see as wasted at all, they got me to where I am now and I am grateful for that.
Mahalo nui loa (Thank you very much) for being here:
I hope you I can help you get ahead in life through my courses.
If you have any questions, suggestions, or things you think I can improve on, please post them on the course Q&A page (preferable, then other students with same question doesn’t have to ask it again) or send me a message here.