Does this sound familiar?
Them: When can you talk?
You: I’m free at 2 PM tomorrow and 3 PM Thursday.
2 days later:
Them: Let’s do 3 PM Thursday.
You: Actually, that time slot filled up already.
You: I can do 11 AM tomorrow, can you?
You: No. How about Friday at 9?
UGH. Scheduling a phone call seems pretty simple, but sometimes it takes multiple emails and multiple days. I notice myself spending time on this and being distracted by it.
The reason I haven’t used calendar software is because I was afraid it was too impersonal. But recently I realized that while it might be impersonal, it’s easy, quick, and leaves more time for the personal touch on the actual phone call. So I decided to get over it and automate.
I looked into three types of calendar software and picked one. Read about which one I chose—and where I’m putting the links to my calendar—in my latest blog post:
Is an online scheduler impersonal?
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