Surely planning your day can’t be that hard!

Well, no it’s not. However, if you get into the habit of following a process for planning your day, you will, over time, become more proficient at creating a plan for each day, that will actually work.

There are some key reasons to plan your day;

  1. To enable you to be in full control.
  2. To ensure you get your most important tasks done.
  3. To help achieve your long- and short-term goals.
  4. To get the most out of your day.
  5. To enjoy your day more.

The Ultimate Daily Planning Guide is designed to enable you to follow a step-by-step process that you can follow on a daily basis, which in turn will develop into a daily habit.

As you develop your daily planning skills, you will find that the process takes around 5 to 10 minutes of your day. You will consider this to be time well spent, as your productivity levels increase considerably.

In this guide, you learn the tools required to plan your day, and how to use them to ensure you can plan a highly productive day.

Tip: When planning your day, you do not have to have every minute of the day planned.

There are those that believe to be productive, you must have every minute planned with something to do.

True productivity is about getting the things done that will lead you to achieving your goals.

 On any given day, whether it takes 1 hour, half the day or all day to get those important things done, does not mean you are wasting the time left over. You can do other tasks or simply take some time off to recharge your batteries and enjoy some of what you work hard for.

You will also learn the step-by-step process of how to plan and prioritise what needs to be completed tomorrow.

By following this guide on a consistent daily basis, you will develop the habit of following the same process to successfully plan your day, each and every day, resulting in you, achieving your goals.

Have a great week,

Peter Johnson – The Time Retriever  –  www.timeretrievers.com.au


Peter is an experienced business coach who has been working with over 158 businesses and childcare centres, and thousands of people in his workshops and speaking engagements. He found that another of the big issues for business owners, is the lack of knowledge and skill on how to employ high quality team members . He has helped business owners create successful businesses, through first developing their time management skills and then using these skills, plus many others, to grow and develop the critical areas of their businesses.