The more people you have in your family, the more having a reliable and trusted family calendar becomes critical. How do you keep everyone in the loop, and do it in a way that avoids conflict and mismatched expectations?
We’ll share the 3 requirements a family calendar needs to have, best practices around sharing a family calendar, and one activity that will make sure that everyone knows what the plan is for the week.
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- Why it’s important to have a shared calendar for your family [5:08]
- How a calendar solves problems and helps reduce unwanted situations [10:08]
- How to build and cement a routine for your family [12:39]
- What has happened with Brooks in the past when he wasn’t using a calendar, or when it was misused [15:41]
- The three things that are critical to have with a family calendar [24:34]
- What technology Brooks uses for his family’s calendar system [27:07]
- How a few best practices can help perfect your family calendar [30:28]
- How Thanh recommends the best way to get started in implementing the family calendar [40:46]
- Why Brooks believes that everybody should have some unstructured time in their calendar [42:03]
- Mpow CD Slot Car Phone Mount
- You Need A Budget
- Monopoly Deal Card Game
- The Hybrid Calendar System That Will Help You Stay On Top Of Everything (TPS233)
- Would You Like A Team Calendar That Gets Everyone Aligned? Use “The Anchor” (TPS234)
- Achieving Next-Level Productivity Through Conative Understanding w/ David Kolbe (TPS197)
- Simple Strategies To Find Time to Parent Without Feeling Guilty w/ Julie Morgenstern (TPS232)
- Brooks’ whiteboard
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