Have you ever considered using an analog calendar with a digital calendar? A lot of people like the feeling of writing on their paper or wall calendar but they miss the portability and speed of a digital calendar. If you’ve tried both approaches and you haven’t found a working solution yet, then you’re going to love this episode. We’ll share our system for using a digital and analog calendar together. It’s so simple and effective that you might be wondering why you haven’t done it yourself yet!
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- The advantages and drawbacks of going fully digital [7:44]
- How an analog calendar can help you achieve certain goals that a digital calendar can’t [10:48]
- Why use both calendars and how the sum is greater than the whole of its parts [13:23]
- How Brooks keeps all of his and his family’s digital calendars synced up [17:03]
- Why you should keep your digital calendar as the ‘master’ and the analog as the ‘servant’ [21:47]
- How having a hybrid calendar system can help curb distraction and keep you more focused during your day [24:30]
- How Brooks recommend you protect yourself against conflicts and forgetting to transfer dates [30:18]
- What members of the Asian Efficiency Dojo do use for their hybrid system [31:02]
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- Neu Year calendar
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