Top Business Expert, Maria Marsala Presents...

Executive Scheduler
A Premier Tool To Better Manage Your Time

How to Take Back Control Of Your Time

Discover our MS Excel Spreadsheet for changing the way you mange your time.

The hours we spend at work average 50 hours a week according to the BLS*. As owners of our own business, and according to my new clients, that number is closer to 80 hours a week. In an industry that’s been changing since its inception, is now is on its own technology based race track, and with fees and commissions going down, and regulation going up, it’s only natural to feel overwhelmed or burnout and unfill-filled personally, professionally or both.
Advisors and business owners, who are passionate about what they do, often have poor time management skills. Carving out time for your role as advisor, CEO, and private person means takes some planning.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics https://www.bls.gov/opub/mlr/2002/04/art4full.pdf 

  • You can't create more time, but you can examine your week to see where all your time does go.
  • Start adjusting your schedule on a more realistic level.
  • Not it's time to reallocate what time you have and start living smarter and live better.*

Get the same scheduler, with instructions, Maria's clients use in MS Excel format and the opportunity email Coach Maria with your questions.  Email Maria with questions as you complete the scheduler and take back control of your time.

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* NOTE: If you're working 50-80 hour weeks, as many business owners do, give yourself a break. It's going to take you time (we find, often 6-12 months) to "live" your ideal schedule. Make small changes each month, talk to your coach, and start delegating.  Also, never be so inflexible that you don't allow life to happen.  This is about managing your time and taking your control back.

I did my Executive Scheduler – it was very invigorating!

Sarah

Now I can see where my time has been going.  No wonder I can't fit everything into a day's work! So clear now to see what's next to do.

Anonymous