I’ve been fascinated with planners since I entered the workforce almost 3 decades ago. I love cracking open a new planning system. As I think back to what these planning systems have looked like over the years, it’s been varied. From my older days of a 20-pound Leather Bound Franklin Planner, to the days of my global travel with my handy Palm Pilot, to desk top planners, laptop and bullet journals. I’ve found that I need different types of planners with my business, beyond the every day scheduling. That’s where my two new workbooks and planners come in.
Tools for Content Creation – Places to note blog posts and articles written, space for brainstorming, and also space for tracking results
Annual tools to capture projects each month, milestones over the year
Quarterly tools to keep goals top of mind and visual
Monthly tools to layout key tasks, goals, priorities and capture learning.
This fall you may have been following along on the Instagram series – Plan Do Track…check out some of the videos here
If you have been following along here at the Teams365 blog for a while, you will have seen some of the initial posts related to the 19 for 2019 Productivity Tips - keep following on Tuesdays and Wednesdays as we step into the new year!
Author of multiple books including Effective Virtual Conversations (2017), Coaching Business Builder (2018) and From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching (2013)
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Now available – PlanDoTrack Workbook and Planner - Order a copy today on Amazon
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