Basic idea: Knowing how many focus blocks – that is, those times during the day that you can set aside for productive work – you have each day, so you can better manage your general workload, prioritize the important projects, avoid overwhelm, and finish the important things that matter to you.
Use when: You have days where you are super busy, days that are a little more lax, and you’re trying to manage your time accordingly.
We've improved our Momentum Planning e-Course: 15 lessons to help you plan, create, and finish your projects more effectively than ever before by breaking down some of our best tools at Productive Flourishing into crystal-clear, bite-sized chunks. This worksheet helps you create a holistic view of your past year and chart your path for the next year.
Use when: You’re wanting to do an annual reflection or when it’s been awhile since you’ve taken stock of where you are and where you want to go.
This aid helps you stop running in circles and start finishing your best work.
Use when: You have no idea what you should be doing and are tired of running in circles.
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I have always been the type of person to get way overly stressed when I have a lot of assignments due so having a place to write out all my homework and come up with a game plan has been insanely helpful. who wouldn't want to use this beautiful free homework planner printable?!
If you're anything like me, being organized about what you're doing makes you feel a million times better!