Entrepreneurs Master Schedule Success, You Can Too
My name is Rick Morsovillo and I have discovered how many entrepreneurs with similar ideals and routines are able to master schedule success. This blog is part of a series on the truths that I have found on scheduling success. Be sure to read Master Success By Scheduling Your Success and Master Success Habits if you have not already done so.
Maintain 1 Master Schedule Success Calendar
It is absolutely critical to make sure that all of your meetings, appointments, and engagements are organized into one calendar. The last thing that anyone wants to do is sort through a variety of calendars, notebooks, apps, and tablets trying to figure out their daily schedule. Schedule yourself for success by managing your busy life in just one calendar. Oddly enough, your daily schedule will not seem as daunting and it will be much easier to understand. Additionally, this trick helps you avoid double booking! Lastly, think about how much time you can save by not having to sort through all of your calendars trying to figure out your schedule for the day.
Master Schedule Success Tip: Start today! Choose the device that you feel the most comfortable with. If that is a desk calendar, run to the store (after you finish reading this!) and buy a calendar. If that is your smartphone or computer, download an app and import your calendar. I use the calendar app on my phone and sync it with my calendar on my computer. Lastly, keep this calendar on you all day so that you can adapt when plans change and make sure that you never miss anything.
Master Schedule Success Through Teamwork
So many of the world’s most successful companies were launched through teamwork. Companies like Apple was founded by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Johnson & Johnson was founded by three Johnson’s, and Google was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Being successful is very rarely about complete independence from a team. Being successful is about working well with others, being able to accept other’s ideas, and collaborate.
Master Schedule Success Tip: Kickoff your lunch break with a quick email to your team updating them on your current project and ask them for feedback. This will help your team feel involved in the process, get involved in the project, and encourage them to share their opinions. Overall, it’s a win-win for everyone!
Again, my name is Rick Morsovillo and I am an entrepreneur from Springfield, Missouri. If you interested in learning more on scheduling success, read the next blog in this series entitled, Schedule Success: Greatest Secrets of Successful Entrepreneurs. I hope you find this blog series helpful!