Time Management Tip: Making the Call…Managing Time Zones

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Have you ever had to make a phone call to another timezone within your own country or a country or locale around the world?

Scheduling an appointment can be a bit tricky, especially when you don’t know the local time of the place you’re trying to reach.

Today’s post takes an interesting approach to time management when it comes to making phone calls and scheduling video appointments: managing time zones! … Read More

Time Management Tip: How to Prevent Overbooking Your Schedule

Is your schedule packed with meetings and appointments that you know you won’t be able to keep?

Tired of shuffling around engagements, events and other calendar issues on a regular basis?

Today’s post offers you a few tips to help you prevent your schedule from becoming overbooked. … Read More

Time Management Tip: What to Do When You’ve Double-Booked Your Schedule

You pull out your smart phone or paper planner and start to review your appointments for the day. You look at one appointment, then another…and then it hits you.

You realize you’ve double-booked your schedule.

What should you do? Today’s post offers a few suggestions to help you correct your error and set things straight.… Read More

Time Management Tip: What to Do When You’re Early to a Meeting

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Last month on the blog I covered several tips to help you manage your time when you’re late to a meeting.

I thought it would only be fitting to cover the polar opposite on today’s post…how to manage your time when you unexpectedly arrive early to an appointment or meeting.

Here are a few tips to help you pass the time:… Read More

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