How meeting software and calendar coordinating web sites make your life a little better, your relationships stronger, and your estate and asset planning more effective.
Have you found that the pace of your life or your business is so hectic that even getting together with family, friends, and for business is getting harder and harder? And when we fail to get together life is less rich. We have fewer opportunities to do business, build trust, and teach the next generation what they need to know to survive and to thrive.
The experts keep telling us how lucky we are that we can communicated electronically, and by computer and that these tools allow us to communicate more conveniently and more often. True, an email to or from a child, grandchild, business partner, prospect, or old friend is better than not connecting at all. But, great family relationships and great businesses are founded on that good old fashioned get together were we can see one another, talk, and when appropriate, give a hug (this has been outlawed in many states).
As for the electronic communications, even finding a time when everyone is available for a conference call, a group web meeting, or a webinar can also be daunting.
Well I’ve recently done some research to help you to make that process a little easier. If you don’t use an electronic or web based calendar then I encourage you to do this the old fashioned way. Pick up the phone and call a loved one, friend, or family member that you have been missing. Have a chat, set up a time to meet and do it.
But if you or the people that you might want to meet with use electronic calendars on Mac or PCs, then you’ll want to read more in the article I just published. This lists a number of simple free and easy to use websites that allow you to find that perfect date when everyone can be there. So, whether you want to coordinate a family reunion, anniversary party, poker night, conference call, staff meeting, or sales call just click here to read more about meeting and calendar coordinating web sites.
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