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I check all those boxes, which is why I have two suitcases already half-packed for my honeymoon – on September 4. Yes – that’s just under four weeks away.
It’s so important to me that everything is sorted out well in advance, because whether you’re getting ready for a wedding, a holiday or a big client event, you don’t want to be caught out by anything in the last minute.
Ideally, you want any last minute issues to arise well before the last minute – I like to think of the ‘last minute’ as a good week beforehand!
Just imagine turning up to a big event you’ve organised feeling calm, centred and in control of yourself and your responsibilities.
Now this wonderful experience can be yours. Here’s how I approach it.
- Made lots of lists – things to think about, buy, pack, people to ring, tasks to complete, you name it, it went on a list.
- Communicated – I told my clients I was going away and made sure any important work they needed was done well in advance.
- Delegated – I’ve enlisted my Virtual Assistant, the brilliant Nikki Thurston, of Cloud 9 Admin, once again to keep Kaleidoscope ticking over in my absence. So when I log off on August 26th, it’ll all be smoothly handed over to her.
- Worked in advance – I’m a couple of weeks ahead on everything, so there’s contingency time built in for any final touches