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Your calendar is your most important productivity tool. It represents so much — what your commitments are, what your opportunities are, and what is going on in your life and your work.

In fact, we’d even say that your calendar is the true reflection of your priorities. It represents what you ACTUALLY spend your time on, not what you WISH you spend your time on.

Your calendar can be a force for good with your productivity, and in this episode, we’re going to share 3 tips to help you Master Your Calendar and become Jedi level productive.

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Cheat Sheet:

  • The top 3 productivity resources for this week [3:36]
  • How to use your calendar to check if your ambitions can fit into reality [7:27]
  • How to figure out what kind of calendar you will use [10:14]
  • The advantages of paper or digital systems [12:34]
  • How to use emojis to streamline your calendar organization [16:16]
  • How to get the best of both worlds with the hybrid method [19:03]
  • Unique ways to fully utilize your calendar [24:28]
  • What should go on a calendar and what should go in your task manager [31:49]
  • The benefits of color-coding your events [34:20]
  • Why buffer blocks are so useful when scheduling your days out [40:43]
  • Action steps you can take to integrate today’s topic into your life [45:06]


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