Welcome to the Practical Productivity Planner
Do you struggle to complete tasks in an efficient manner?
Does the end of the day sneak up on you, leaving you with the sinking feeling that you’ve wasted hours of time?
At the end of the day, do you feel like you waste hours of your time?
Do you often feel as though you’re spinning your wheels, never catching up?
The Practical Productivity Planner can help!
This step-by-step guide will teach you how to improve the quality (and quantity) of your daily work.
- 28 page PDF will be available for download immediately upon purchase
- Easy exercises and worksheets help you determine your productivity type, peak energy levels and guide you through how to schedule your tasks.
- Includes a step-by-step process to get more meaningful work done during your day.
Step 1: Know Your Productivity Type
Knowing your productivity type can help you prioritize your work so you can accomplish more in your day.
- Exercise: Identify your productivity type.
Step 2: Discover Your Energy Peak Time
Have you noticed that you seem to be more efficient at your job during certain hours of the day than others? Understanding your peak energy times will help you plan – and work – smarter.
- Exercise: Schedule your tasks according to this Action Priority Matrix
- Exercise: Track your energy peaks + valleys during the day; find a pattern + work on your “Quick Wins” and “Major Projects” during those PEAK times
Step 3: Get A Simple Timer
Learn more about a tried and true tactic that has helped many seasoned professionals accomplish much more in less time.
- Exercise: Which tasks and projects need your undivided attention? Which tasks can you delegate?
- Exercise: Set yourself up for success by eliminating known distractions.
Step 4: Make Friends with Your Calendar
Your calendar is something you may look at every single day when working, but is it a useful tool or do you mostly take it for granted?
- Exercise: Which calendar is your perfect match?
Step 5: Batch Your Tasks, Theme Your Weeks
Time management masters know that batching tasks can help increase productivity. Admin on Mondays, writing on Tuesdays, client meetings on Wednesdays. You get the idea.
- Exercise: Create your weekly themes
Step 6: Schedule Your Down Time
Regular downtime is essential for maintaining a productive schedule and sustaining your creativity and passion for your business.
- Exercise: Schedule downtime into your days
Step 7: Review, Reconsider, Rework
It is essential that you take the time, at least once each year, to determine what is working for you and what is not.
- Exercise: Reflect on what productivity tasks work best for you, which you need to do more often, and which ones you want to dump