01:57 – Tools and Scheduling Apps

08:16 – Prioritizing and Planning a Productive Day (Making a Commitment and Sticking to a System)

18:27 – Getting Started

25:17 – Booking and Filling Time Gaps

  • Following Up with Past Clients and Contacting New Leads

28:16 – Weekly / Monthly Reviews

29:29 – Avoiding Scheduling Conflicts and Being Consistent with Your Scheduling

  • Expectation Setting with Clients
  • Being (or at least) Appearing to be “In Demand”

41:14 – Routines

47:08 – Keep Some Flexibility in Your Schedule and Setting Minimums to Avoid Stress

49:01 – Offloading to Free Up Your Schedule


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