|Item model number||PROPLANNER|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Item Weight||322 g|
|Product Dimensions||21.08 x 2.54 x 13.46 cm|
Productivity Planner: Plan Out Your Daily & Long Term Goals and Become More Productive in 2020 | Simple Daily Format - Increase Self Awareness and Productivity with Researched Productivity Principles
- PROVEN PRODUCTIVITY FORMAT: The Productivity Planner is based on historical leading Productivity Principles and Supported Goals Research that is proven to increase productivity.
- GET FOCUSED. BEAT PROCRASTINATION: Stay clear of distractions with the Productivity Planner's simple focused Pomodoro style work system. The goal oriented system helps enforce productive habits.
- BECOME MORE PRODUCTIVE DAILY: Rate your productivity at the end of each day and become more self aware and effective day by day.
- WEEKLY PLANNING / REVIEW: Stay on top of your weekly goals and review what happened each week. Everything is non-dated so you do not waste pages like most planners. Includes 7-day pages + Sat/Sun page per week.
- GUARANTEED TO INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY OR YOUR MONEY BACK: The Productivity Planner is Guaranteed to work or your money back! If you do not absolutely love the Productivity Planner, return it and we will issue you a full refund (or replace it if there's a problem).
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The Productivity Planner is designed to get you to accomplish greater results in lesser amounts of time. The Productivity Planner takes advantage of the Pomodoro Technique, empowering you to focus your mental energy on the most meaningful tasks ahead, and prevent you from getting slowed down by busywork.
Writing down tasks is proven to produce productivity
Researchers at the Dominican University have come to the conclusion that when we write our goals down we are absolutely more likely to achieve them. The Productivity Planner combines Most Important First (the Ivy Lee method that made Charles Schwab millions) with the Pomodoro Technique to make this research a reality for you.
Effectively organized to produce results
The Productivity Planner is structured with everything you need to be successful:
- Six Months of Planning
- 7-Day Daily Pages
- Weekly Planning & Weekly Review
- Prioritized Task List
- Pomodoro Time Tracking
- Extra Space for Notes
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The sturdy cover of this planner helps protect the valuable pages inside. It also provides a sturdy surface to write on, making it even easier to use this planner anywhere.
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The first week was pretty much a disaster, but the weekly introspection helped. The daily - what happened? helped too. By the end of the month, I've gamified the system to help me honestly rate my personal score instead of going with a feelings based result. Priority task is 4pts, secondary tasks are 2 pts each, and the last bit are one point each. I might do stuff off the list, but I don't get points for that. It has helped me to stop beating myself up over not completing the list.
I also choose weekly tasks from my trello projects, after breaking them down into mile stones. My priority task is a meaningful tasks for me, something life goal related and tends to repeat daily. For example: write 2000 words for a short story; it's usually something that will take more than 2.5 hrs to complete and may not be completed within the week. But progress is important. Secondary tasks are milestones that can take between 1-2 hrs to do. Progress is important too, but I try to make sure the milestones I create fit into this timeframe. It helps me to learn how to estimate my time better so that I don't overbook my day. My less important tasks are things that will take between 15-30 minutes to complete, and can be short group/bulk/similar tasks (like inbox-0).
The other thing I do is group days. I have two days that typically get the most interruptions (Thursday and Friday), so I'll make page a thu-fri day, and I'll use the spare page for Sat-Sun - which are days I dedicate to secondary and lesser tasks, like spring cleaning, gutting a closet, or just catching up on tasks I hadn't gotten to over the week.
A few weeks ago, I wasn't sure this book was going to be much help. Four weeks later, I've come to really appreciate how it's made me think of my day, what's really important to me, and the value of making progress on long personal projects. It's help me accept my limitations and learn seek help where I can. Now I can't imagine going without.
Unfortunately the weeks are only 5 days and there’s no space for appointments and traditional planner components.
I enjoyed the planner for a short time before becoming frustrated with its limitations and have sought out a different planner that incorporates some of these guided, prioritizing components with a classic day book and will be abandoning it less than a month into using it.
I slowly realized that even though I typed things down on my smartphone to complete. Nothing was getting accomplished. Probably because all my distractions and entertainment are on there. (e.g. Social Media, Netflix, Youtube)
So I decided to go with this planner and it literally changed the way I work. I reduced my procrastination a lot and at the end of the day I feel like I didn't waste my time. Something about physically writing it down and knowing that you actually accomplished it, is a hard feeling to explain.
I use it everyday not only for work but for my personal life as well. I highly recommend this product! Hope this review helped.
Nothing will change your life unless you put in the effort and hard work. But this book seems to motivate me and keep me on track. I will definitely continue to buy this book. I just wish it was a bit less money, or that they sold in bulk deals.
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I would have given it five stars except for two reasons:
1. It's only a five day week! What were you guys thinking? Some of us work 7 days...where are we supposed to put Sat & Sundays?
2. Action Day Planner has ribbons that can be used to mark certain pages. You should have added one so that we could mark the tasks for the week page to make it easy to flip back to on the fly.
If those were done this would have been a slam dunk five.
Maybe you can put it in the planner for next year. ;)
Please take a second to hit the helpful button it makes taking the time to write the review worthwhile x.
It focuses on single-tasking rather than multi-tasking and doing the most important task of the day first. It also uses The Pomodoro Technique. The Pomodoro Technique is working on a task for 25 minutes without distraction or procrastination and then taking a 5 minute break.
Like any productivity journal the Productivity Planner has Pros and Cons. Here they are:
- Its design is smart and business-like.
- It’s compact and light to carry.
- It’s dateless, meaning you can start using it at any time.
- It prioritises tasks into: Most Important, Secondary and Additional.
- It has Weekly Planning/Review sections.
- It has a place for Notes on each day and a full Weekly Notes page.
- Every daily page has an Inspirational Quote and a Productivity Score (1-10).
- It has circles next to tasks to measure time. You set a Target and then record the Actual, helping you to allocate a more realistic amount of time for tasks.
- It has a bookmark ribbon and an elasticated closure.
- It is really designed for business use. It only has a 5 day week.
- There’s no Done boxes to tick tasks off on the daily pages.
- The planner only has 6 months worth of pages in it. Meaning you would need to buy two for 1 year.
- It is expensive for a journal, being priced at £20+.
- There’s no short term, medium term or long term goal setting pages.
- There’s no monthly or yearly view pages.
- It is black and white throughout.
- There isn’t anywhere to record rewards for completing tasks. I find rewards really motivating.
- There’s no way to organise tasks into groups, e.g. Personal, Business, Health, Family/Friends, etc.
I would recommend the far superior Inspire Now Journal by Inspire Now Daily, which I absolutely love.
It has extra nice bits and review pages to fill in but even just having the prioritised list of tasks works well. Somehow it works better than simply writing your own list and I get a huge satisfaction at ticking things off when I review the book at the end of each evening.
The book itself is very sturdy and high quality and looks as it does in the picture.
The tips on how to go about writing and achieving your tasks/goals are great. Would have liked the full 7 day week though instead of 5 days, but you can use the format in a notebook easier when you have time on weekends.
It is so well thought out and cleverly designed.. from the recommended style of working to the weekly review. This book alone has helped me to focus and achieve more (mostly by focusing one task at a time and then using pomodoros to achieve more in the given time)!
I like the way this planner is setup to maximise your day and focus on priorities.
Great intro to get oriented and get you committed.