Ep 16 – Is Motion the Latest, Greatest Auto-Scheduler?

If you’re interested in using online calendars you may have seen ads for the auto-scheduler called Motion. You have probably wondered what it might be like to use it, but you don’t have the time or bandwidth for a proper test.

In this episode with Dr. Melanie Wilson we share the results of our actual firsthand tests for you. We both have spent years using auto-schedulers so we have a few insights you won’t hear elsewhere. Tune in to find out what we discovered and you could save some time, stress and even money.

Clarification – We also stated that Motion does not have time maps, a SkedPal invention. It doesn’t, but their version is similar in functionality – just not as robust.

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Show Notes Ep 16

Perfect Time-Based Productivity https://perfect.mytimedesign.com


Why College Students & CEOs Manage Their Time the Same Way (psychowith6.com) https://psychowith6.com/college-students-ceos-manage-time-way/#sthash.9L442Tni.dpbs

Another review of Motion – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSlmMVWETR0

Dr. Melanie Wilson is a clinical psychologist turned homeschooling mother of six. She publishes the homeschool curriculum Grammar Galaxy and is the author of A Year of Living Productively.

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