Planners are highly effective tools if you can find the one that works for you.
One definition of the word focus is when we adjust our eyes and mind to something very specific.
I like planners and what they embody – a place to create and visually implement plans so we can achieve our goals. The problem with this is that the most beautifully laid plan can go completely awry if we keep getting off track.
I find myself sitting down in January to figure out my goals or resolutions for the year with so much anticipation for the year ahead.
This stands out to me as the best piece of advice I’ve ever gotten on the subject of valuing time.
Goals can be freeing. If the goal is the right goal for you and aligns with your aspirations and who you truly are, it can be a joy to work toward.
There are two, very simple ways you can write your way to achieving your goals: