Planning in the New Year
Right now, as we prepare for the beginning of 2019, people everywhere are thinking about new goals and habits they want to accomplish. The new year is an excellent time to step back and look at the big picture. What do you really want? Where do you want to be in six months, or twelve months, or even three years? Imagining your goals is all well and good, but the problem lies in how you will accomplish those goals.
The most obvious tool to help you hit your goals is a planner. The problem is that most people don’t really know how to use a planner. You write down your tasks in a planner, and you cross them off when you’re done — that’s it, right? Wrong! There is so much more you could be doing to make your planning more effective. On top of that, I can help you unlock the secret to using your planner regularly and not just once or twice a week. That’s where Stop Playing & Stop Planning comes in.
Planning Used to Suck
Many people are given planners as school children with nearly no direction of how to use them. Kids are just expected to know how to manage their studies and schedules in their planners, but many never really figure it out. I speak from experience! While I was in middle and high school, we were issued planners by the school and required to carry them around, but no one taught us how to actually plan. This is a big contributor to why planners frustrated me for years — it felt like I should know how to make it work. I thought that there was something wrong with me because everyone acted like planners were the most natural thing in the world.
For the longest time, I used my planner like a leaky lifeboat. It kept me afloat, but only barely and with a tremendous amount of effort. I felt like I could only ride out the waves and had absolutely no control over the circumstances in my life. Then, once I truly began to understand my planner, I transformed my lifeboat into a sailboat. I learned to control my destiny with more confidence and weather any storms that came my way. I figured out how to point myself toward a goal and work toward it day after day. Learning how to effectively use my planner had an enormous impact on my life for the better.
Stop Playing & Start Planning
Planners are tools that, once understood, can be harnessed to completely change your life. After years of trial and error, I slowly discovered all kinds of tricks to make my planner work for me. Now I am thrilled to say that planning played a large part in helping me become a full-time artist and writer. I set myself toward these grand aspirations and I succeed beyond my wildest dreams.
I decided to create a 7-day email course packed with planner insight to help you use your planner effectively, too. After all, this stuff should be taught in school, but it rarely is — so why not share this knowledge now? Everyone should be given the opportunity to learn how to plan and organize so they can make progress toward their goals.
That is why I opted to offer Stop Playing & Start Planning for the low low price of zero dollars. Yup. Completely free. Anyone who wants to learn how to set goals and succeed can access all the information in this course without spending a single cent.
What You Get in the Course
I share all kinds of information in Stop Playing & Start Planning, like:
- How to pick the right kind of planner for your planning style
- My favorite tips for building a regular planning habit
- How to do less but accomplish more every day
- One powerful method for beating procrastination
- How to make your planning habit last
- The top thing to add to your daily to-do list
- How to bounce back after mistakes
How to Enroll
Are you ready to learn how to dominate your planner in 2019? All you have to do is head to this link and sign up with your email address to begin receiving top-notch planning tips today. Like I said before, you don’t need to pay a penny to get access to this information. It is yours for the taking! So click the link below and take on 2019 armed with a powerful planner.
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