There are only 168 hours in a week. Each 24 there’s a routine and or schedule that has your name on it with responsibilities to be taken care of. However, each week there are time drains--unexpected occurrences, mishaps, or even tasks that require too much time, and with these drains you find that there’s a need to more efficiently utilize the time that you have when possible.
One of those time drains might be scheduling, and we all know that proper planning is essential; however, when you’re running a business or managing a business with appointments, then managing a schedule with constant change can wreak havoc on your hours (not to mention open that time drain again). So, you wonder to yourself, I’ve identified the problem, but what would be the best solution?
On Monday morning, you walk by Daniel’s desk and ask him which app does he use to manage his schedule. Daniel casually pulls up the app on his laptop and shows you how convenient it is to use a system that manages your schedule for you--and with text message reminders. “James, scheduling doesn’t have to be complicated and you don’t have to spend an hour each afternoon adjusting your schedule when it automatically adjusts itself online.” You smile, rub your chin, and really take that thought into consideration.
After all, you do manage a desk calendar and use a system that does not automatically update itself should a client need to cancel. And you find yourself checking your voicemails soon after looking at emails once you come into the office. You’re working hard, but not efficiently.
If you find yourself in James’ shoes, we urge you to consider a better tool to help you manage your schedule and receive automatic updates without having to constantly check and make changes. To stop those time drains and save a few hours each week in the office, we’ve put together a list of reasons why online scheduling is the better option.Read More