BEFORE: You’re buried under a heap of notifications: “When can you get me in?” • “Sorry gotta cancel.” • “Are we still on for Saturday?” • “Did you get my text??” AFTER: Your clients are able to book [and cancel] themselves. And for those who hit you up direct? You can handle them fast by sending your booking link.
The dings. The vibrations. The constant back and forth. Calls and texts that start at 6am and don’t stop till 2am.
All these distractions mean you’re missing out on the “now” of life.
Maybe it’s a 🦅 hawk soaring by. Or your puppy Casper tripping on his chew toy. Or… a hawk… carrying away YOUR SWEET LITTLE CASPER BECAUSE YOU WEREN’T PAYING ATTENTION, YOU MONSTER!!! (Too much?? 🤷♀️)
You deserve better.
Casper 🐩 deserves better.
Hummingbook takes you from overwhelmed and overrun to peaceful and focused.
Sound too good to be true?
Deyna begs to differ.
Set free from my phone
“No words for how in love I am! The efficiency of Hummingbook has given me back countless hours of my life both professionally and personally.
I’m no longer a slave to my phone and schedule! Not sure if anybody has reached out to you or not, but I have given your information to at least five, maybe six, people about Hummingbook! Truly the Best!” Read more reviews
But I’m afraid…
You’re exaggerating: booking clients isn’t that bad.
could be right. But it’s more than likely you’re numb to the pain. According to Daniel Kahneman, you’re falling into the trap of the planning fallacy: “a phenomenon in which predictions about how much time will be needed to complete a future task display an optimism bias and underestimate the time needed.”
I’ll lose control of my schedule if clients can book themselves.
Then keep your booking link private (e.g. don’t share it on social media) and only text it to clients
after you consult them.
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