[dropcap]P[/dropcap]lease be sure your phone can receive private calls when you make an appointment. Though the instructions are included in the appointment scheduling area, I’d like to reiterate this because I just had a client with phone issues which she thought her carrier had handled. If you’re unsure if your phone will accept private calls, have someone else call you by dialing *67 then adding your phone number like this: *672138531212. If your phone doesn’t accept blocked calls the caller will hear a message indicating the party they are trying to reach doesn’t accept blocked calls and instructing the caller to dial *82 before the number they are trying to reach. If your phone does not accept private calls you likely have an anonymous call rejection feature enabled. Contact your carrier to get instructions on how to change this temporarily or occasionally.

If you are in the United States I will be calling you from a private phone number which will appear as a “private caller” caller ID. If you are in Canada I will be calling you from a Google Voice number which will appear as a Google Voice number caller ID. If you are outside of the United States and Canada I will be calling you from a Skype phone number which also appears as my Google Voice number ID.

Thanks for taking the time to read this post. My calendar fills up quickly and when you select your appointment it is guaranteed; that also means that no one else make an appointment at that time. If you cannot make your appointment for some reason please use the reschedule instructions in your appointment confirmation to reschedule before your appointment time.

God bless and have a great weekend!