Ep 12 – How to Allocate Your Time When Time Blocking

You’re someone who time blocks. A quick glance at your calendar would show that you have put some thought into each day’s plan. But what happens when you get to the end of the year and realize that you haven’t accomplished your most important goals?

For example, some gurus at marriagebuilders.com recommend that you spend 15 hours per week in solo time with your spouse. You may block the time in your calendar with a recurring appointment, but realize after a year that you fell far short. Why does this happen? Is it even avoidable?

Tune into this episode to hear from me and my special guest, Trevor Lohrbeer, as we solve this challenging problem together.

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Show Notes Ep 24

Pragmatic Engineer open to Self-Experimentation. Entrepreneur, Blogger, Personal Trainer, Productivity and Human Potential Development Coach, newbie TV show writer, amateur actor, singer and musician. Creator of ThinkFit.app.

Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience (Harper Perennial Modern Classics): Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: 9780061339202: Amazon.com: Books

Thanks to Alex_MakeMusic on Pixabay for the opening and closing music.

Thanks to Alex_MakeMusic on Pixabay for the opening and closing music.