Managing your diary with time blocking with Jane Travis

024: Managing your diary with time blocking


Time - or the lack of it - is something that will hamper your private practice success, so take control now and prioritise your practice. 

In this episode, I share a highly effective yet extremely simple way to take manage your diary with time blocking. 

This follows on from last weeks episode about how to avoid feast and famine in your private practice, so if you haven’t already check out episode 23.

Yes, time blocking will help you prioritise your time to ensure your business works in the way YOU want it to But it’s not just about work, you also prioritise family, social and leisure time as well as self-care.

In this episode we look at:

  • What time blocking is
  • Why it’s going to really help you take control of your week
  • How it will increase productivity and reduce overwhelm
  • How it helps with self-care, work-life balance and reducing stress
  • How to get started
  • How it helps you be realistic in how much time you have and need.

And I also share my favourite productivity tip with you too. 

If you’ve ever felt like you don’t have enough hours in the day or have trouble finding time to focus on your practice because you have so many other things going on in your life, you’re going to love this! 

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About the Author Jane

Jane lives in beautiful Lincoln with her 2 boys and rescue dog. When she's not talking about herself in the third person, she's usually found with her feet up and eating Maltesers. Sometimes she even shares them with friends. Follow me on Instagram

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