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I have a running to do list but then the phone rings and the list runs amok.
I plan as much as I can but usually it doesn't got that way
Mine is set the night before and hourly.
I work on a weekly schedule. The only thing I bleed in is lunch meetings with vendors .... I have to have a road map.
I have two functions....I market and I meet with builder/developers.... my days are easy to schedule....
I time block in 30-60 minute increments. But flexible enough to know I might need to make changes.
Michael, I try to block it so I am consistent, but try to be flexible if something is important. Enjoy your day!
For me, I wing it! Unless there is a meeting or training pre-scheduled I let the chips fall where they may. Then again, my life sort of dictates that.
Depends on who I am working with at the time. If it is a buyer who wants to go out and look at properties then I schedule 48 hours before or if I am meeting with a seller then 24 hours before
I set my schedule the night before, but it is already all time blocked out so its more of just fill in the blanks.
Two hour blocks. I track them in a journal. I also keep a spreadsheet to track the action I take each day on my goals.
I set up weekly, micromanage each day the night before, and set up morning/afternoon blocks. With big air pockets for broker fires and 'intake derailment'. Ha
I time block but I know that things never go as plan so at the end of the day I am happy as long as I accomplish most/all that was needed. And I usually plan it a week before then edit throughout the week.
I set everything up nearly perfect to keep on schedule and use Google Calendar to schedule everything.
Time blocking and in advance! Big rocks, medium, small, gravel, sand and water.
The priorities are the bigger rocks and they go in first.
a detailed time block
I'll give 3 hours for each showing and wing it for everything else.