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“It pays to plan ahead. It wasn’t raining when Noah built the Ark.” - unknown
A goal that isn’t dated just sits out there, with no urgency to encourage you to complete it. When you attach a date to a goal you will set a firm foundation for planning, and that will increase your commitment. This week, our challenge is to invest in a 12-month calendar and start planning small steps towards achieving our goals.
Back in the day I used Franklin Covey Planners. Although many of us have switched to digital planners, iWatches and Google Calendars, I still use the old school method of planning of my days. I like to reflect and physically write out my weekly plan.
Here are the top calendars and planners that I personally use:
You can use your calendar to set benchmarks to help you stay focused throughout the year. Make sure to put your calendar somewhere where you’ll see it every day and make notes each time you achieve a goal.