May 7

More Flexibility or More Structure? How to Create a Schedule That Works for You

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​In this episode:

​Does your current schedule need more flexibility or more structure? In this ​episode, I explain how to use ​a surprising approach to create a schedule that works for you. You can find it below. 

To make it easier for you to ​put this into practice, I've also recorded a stand-alone, bonus video where I walk you through how to create a ​great schedule from the ground up, even when everything's in flux.

Bonus video

​The process I describe in here will allow you to structure your days and weeks in a way that allows you to make the most out of it.

​I also give you a ton of helpful information, including what to consider when it comes to scheduling blocks of time, how to use a non-linear approach to create a to-do list, and why digital calendars are not always the best thing to use.

To help you apply the lessons in this video, I have created a free, 1-page worksheet for you that you can use to create your own schedule. 

If you like, let's become email friends below so I can send you ​helpful content for creating the life you most want, starting with​ this worksheet that can help you get started today! 

Option 1: video and audio

Perfect if you're a visual person or want to watch this at slower/higher speed. 

Option 2: audio only

Perfect for when you want to listen on the go or while you're using your phone's data. ​

Find the episode in your favorite Podcast app ​where you can also subscribe: 

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Show Notes

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If you'd like to apply this to create a new schedule for your weeks and days, I have a gift for you! I have created a free 1-page worksheet for you. 

​Let's become email friends below so I can send you ​helpful content for creating the life you most want, starting with​ this worksheet that can help you get started today! 

​Questions? Comments?

​Leave me a comment below. I'd love to hear from you. 


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