One of my greatest challenges in life has to be time management and wrapping my head around my life goals. There are so many tasks, so many projects, and so many moving parts to keep track of that I just couldn’t wrap my head around it.
One of the first things I did when I realized this was a problem was go out and buy a planner. But it didn’t cut it. It just wasn’t built for someone like me. In fact, it often felt pretty lazily put together.
That’s just not good enough for me.
So I started thinking about the kind of day planner I actually needed, and it hit me: I don’t need a day planner. I need a life planner. I need day, week, month, and year planners. So I grabbed a notebook and made one.
It was complicated and messy because I made it just off the cuff, but it worked. It worked in a way that I never would have expected. So I thought, why not design an actual planner?
So that’s exactly what I did. And you know what? It works so well for me that I’ve decided that I want to try to put it out there for other people to try.
And that’s when the Time To Act Project Planner came to life. I considered the different ways I could do it, and a Kickstarter crowd funding campaign seemed to make the most sense.
The project planner features tools for of course planning your projects, but also helps you direct your thoughts and energy to specific goals, rather than some big, abstract idea that can derail you and elad to procrastinating.
Each planner helps you plot out your future as far ahead as 5 years and as short-term as the next week. The planner also splits things up into different categories, like business, personal, and family.
So your weight loss goals, family vacation dream, and your new idea for a business all go into the same planner. Pretty amazing, right?