Book clients in 5 seconds flat.

Get a text from a client? Type “hb”, tap the shortcut, and press send. Your iPhone magically expands it into a link and your client books. Easy peasy lemon squeezy. 🍋

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Imagine you’re Nico and that’s your phone. No more back and forth! Send your link, and your client books. Done deal. 🤩 Their booking lands directly in your iPhone Calendar—or the calendar of your choice—complete with their name, number, email and any questions you had them answer. You both get confirmation emails, too. (And your client gets email or text reminders.)
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I want my shortcut text to say something different.

Easy. Just type in the words you use with your clients. Those words will be pulled up each time you type “hb”.

I don’t want my picture to be displayed.

No problem. You’ll get a default picture unless you override it with your own custom pic. (The example above is using a custom pic that Nico sent us.)

Not at all. Paste your link in your Instagram bio, on your Facebook page, or park it in the middle of your website—or anywhere else. Now clients can book without even talking to you.

I’m not understanding how this works.

Drop us a line and we’ll show you how it works. 😃

Manual booking isn’t that bad…

Are you falling victim to the planning fallacy?

Right now it probably takes you about 5 minutes to book each client. Say you book 5 people a day. (That’s 5 min/person x 5 people/day x 5 days/week x 4 weeks/month.)

That’s 500 minutes/month.

You’re wasting 8.4 hours per month booking.

Hard to believe? You’re likely falling victim to The “planning fallacy” coined by Daniel Kahneman. This is a fancy way of saying humans constantly underestimate how long tasks take, even tasks they’ve completed a zillion times.

Let’s pretend Daniel is full of it, and halve our original estimate. Then you’re still sinking 4 hours a month into a mundane task you don’t get paid for.

But it’s not even the time that’s the big problem.

It’s the constant distraction. The endless back and forth. It prevents you from living in the now; from being present.