November 24, 2019 by Sarra Cannon
Welcome to the second video and post for my Planner 101 series. Today, we’re going to talk about how to choose the right planner for you.
Often when it comes to planners, we work backwards. We look at a planner and try to figure out how we can make it work for us. What I think would serve us better is to start by thinking about what we need our planners to do for us.
If we start with how we are already working or where we need to improve and really take some time to think about what we need to track and what our preferences are, then I think we will be more likely to land on a planner that really helps us to be more productive.
I hope this way of thinking about your planner preferences helps you in choosing the right planner for your needs. When we think about what we need first, then our planner can help support us and help us to be more productive. It’s a very powerful thing when you find the right planner for you!
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