I shared a bit more of the very simple and
spartan calendar and scheduling system at home:
The system is very simple:
- Sue prints out the schedule
Sundaynight. This means that I need to have my schedule “locked” by that time. If it’s not captured, then, the family has “first rights” to the time. It is what it is.
- We wake up each morning and
signour name that we’re up. This creates a daily routine that creates
alignment, which is ultimately what we’re after.
- We then execute, have daily conversations about anything that changes, and that’s that.
The visual nature of this makes it hard to “miss” and it also helps our family not have to repeat what’s “going on” — our kids can literally drive us insane by asking…
So, what’s on the schedule for today?
Give it a try.