There is a desire for most of us to be productive, make an impact and to see growth in our life. This does not come easy and we each must find our own way to plan our day for success. So many “experts” have professed finding the ultimate method for organizing your day and accomplishing all of your desires. I do enjoy learning from others, however I view these claims with skepticism. The Myers-Brigg Foundations states there are 16 personality types, each with unique perspectives in life. I very much doubt one planning method will work for every single person. My personal flair for planning is productivity and creativity. To-do lists and washi tape can go together! From another perspective planning your day and week requires creativity to imagine what you want to accomplish and plan it out.
Instead of one method I prefer to learn different methods, develop my skills, discover good productivity practices, and share with others around me. As I shared in another article I prefer using both my smartphone and paper planner. I know of other people who are completely digital or only use a paper planner. The point is to find what method and tips work for you.
I love learning how others accomplish their planning and productivity so in turn I can coach others to create their routine. If you are able to be successful in planning and carrying out over half of your daily intentions imagine the impact you can make. I am very far from perfect in completing my daily plan 100%, but I am intentional and every day I work closer towards my goals. I will not aim for perfection but I will aim to be intentional. If you are trying to be organized but have not found your groove, don’t give up. You are made unique and it is worth the effort to develop a system that work for you.
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- How to create to-do lists that work for you
- You don’t need to be a perfect planner but an intentional planner
- What to do when you get stuff done but it is not on your list
- How to choose a life verse or statement for your planning
If you are looking for planners here are a couple I recommend
(When looking for a planner mid-year check to see if it is an academic planner (July to June) or calendar year (January to December).
Carpe Diem A5 Planner – Platinum
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