Many people still struggle with electronic calendar setup, something I see with clients
every day. This is how it usually happens:
They have a job before they start their business, and they use a calendar associated with their personal email for their personal life. That makes perfect sense.
They start a business and decide to keep business and personal lives separate (just like when they had a job). So they get a new email account for work, something like firstname.lastname@example.org account. Now there are two calendars.
Then (sometimes), they get a “paid domain” email account (e.g., yourdomain.com). Then they get a calendar with that and there are now three places to log into and three places to track.
CONSOLIDATE EVERYTHING IN ONE PLACE
If there is resistance to this idea, it’s usually from people who want to keep their “work-life” and “personal life” separate. It's understandable, but since there is only one you and only one place you can be at any one time, it makes more sense to keep everything in one place.
You can even have other people’s calendars show up (with their permission, of course). For example, I can toggle on and off some clients' calendars. This way, we can schedule meetings easier, reducing the confusion.
DECIDE WHICH CALENDAR TO USE
When you’re finished with the consolidation, you’ll be able to access your
calendar across all your devices knowing that everything you need is in one place.