I’ve relied on my own planners this year to a much greater degree than I have in the past, but not necessarily to track my calendar. Because I’m constantly pulled in many different directions, my own planners serve as a space that I can use to prioritize tasks based on the goals that I want to accomplish over time, whether daily, monthly, or annual. While you can use any planner or notebook for this kind of work, the team at Tempus Planner has created something for this specific purpose: “an undated planner designed to help you with prioritizing important tasks and goals, leaving you with the flexibility to work how you want.”
The core of the Tempus Planner is built around goal-setting. The book contains dedicated space in which you can develop your goals, mind-map, and make notes, and then plan your working days and weeks accordingly. There’s even a “half-year review” section that not only allows you to check your progress, but asks some probing questions about anything that might be holding you back.
Structured “goal” planners such as this one may not work for everyone, but I personally prefer them to using a blank notebook. I have a few new projects that are just now in the formative stages, and I’m seriously considering using the Tempus Planner as my task/goal tracking notebook to make sure I stay on target. If the Tempus Planner is something that might interest you as well, you can read more at the Tempus Planner website, and the planner is also available for sale via Amazon (and is Prime-eligible).
Disclaimer: This post contains sponsored content. Many thanks to Tempus Planner for sponsoring the blog this week!