“How on earth do you have time for everything?”
I get asked this a lot.
As someone with multiple handmade businesses, a full-time 40-hours-a-week job, a kid under a year old, and several relationships to maintain with the hubby, family, and friends, I can see where they’re coming from.
The short answer is this: I define my priorities, set long term and short term goals based on those priorities, and break those goals down into projects with individual tasks that I can map out for myself in reasonable chunks of time throughout the year.
Sound complicated? It doesn’t have to be.
I created a tool to help myself (and anyone else who wants to help themselves) accomplish exactly what I need in order to manage my business and life.
Hence, the Rock 2017 Business and Life Planner.
I introduced this printable planner last year for the end of 2015 through 2016, and it was such a big hit, I’ve updated it for re-release.
I’ve purchased a lot of planners. And by a lot, I mean A LOT.
But none of them could fully give me what I needed to manage all of my priorities, maintain my busy schedule, and keep me focused on my overall goals. So I designed one that could.
The Rock 2017 planner includes introductory pages to help you envision your long-term goals, set your priorities, and break them down into individual tasks that you can plot out throughout the year.
Taking action on what needs to be done will become so much more effortless after you know exactly what you need to do.
Each month contains a box to remind you of your overall focus for that month, and each week gives you space to define your priorities, make to-do lists, and space for reflection/learning once the week is completed.
This is a weekly planner unlike anything you’ve seen before. It not only helps you keep track, it helps you define your track to start with, and learn from your experiences from week to week as you go along.
Because the Rock 2017 planner is sold as an instant download, printable PDF, you can claim your own copy for just $2.99.
Really, that’s a small price to pay for the tool you need to “have time for everything.”