June 27

GIT Podcast #023 – The Importance Of Having A Schedule: Is It Real Or Is It Memorex

In this episode of the Get IT Together! Podcast I am joined by Valerie Priester of Victorious Life Coaching and we discuss the importance of having a schedule. We also share tools that we use to handle our own schedules.

Listen in!

Show Notes:

Valerie Priester
Valerie Priester, Business & Life Strategist

To learn more about Valerie Priester visit her at the links below:

Website: www.valeriepriester.com

Facebook community: bit.ly/victoriousliving

 

Tools We Use:

Microsoft Word – just a simple document that has a table with day of week and what I need to focus on that week for business and personal. I also include the time that I want to spend on it or that it will take to complete.

Google Calendar

Having a accountability partner. I send my schedule to Valerie every week. She let’s me know if I have scheduled too much on a day or not enough to meet my goals. Your accountability partner can be anyone that you trust and that can hold you accountable to do what you say you are going to do.

 

Are you having trouble keeping a schedule because of procrastination? If so grab my new book where I share how I have pushed past procrastination! Click the image to learn more.

About the author 

Samantha Pointer Foxx

Samantha Pointer is the owner of Samantha Pointer Enterprises and Founder of Sam's Tech Academy. She is a wife and mother to two beautiful girls and enjoys spending time with family and friends. Samantha is a tech geek, foodie, history buff and sports fanatic just to name a few of the hobbies she enjoys.

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