Ambitious women love to be busy. It’s in our nature. It makes us feel valuable and important. And there’s nothing wrong with that. However, there is a fine line between being busy and actually being productive.
Because, in the end, our main goal is to be productive and get everything and more done. We are go-getters after all. We’re the women who love to plan and love it when it all goes to schedule. Call us planner addicts if you will, we’ll wear it as a badge of honor. For us, it’s more than just a planner, it’s a lifestyle.
It should be no news to you that planning your day/week can have so many positive effects not only for your career but for your mind. Because even though we love to be busy, we actually value being productive more. And the only way we can make that happen is by being prepared and having the right tools for the job. Just think, you wouldn’t see a builder with a nail file. It’s not going to get the job done for him, so why would you use something that won’t get the job done for you either.
That’s why it’s really important to get a planner that can do more for you.
And we really couldn’t recommend a better planner for you to use than The Getting Things Done Planner. It’s specifically designed by successful career women, who know and understand that their planners need to do and be more.
The co-founders, Celina and Ellen were very used to carrying five different planners with them at one time because they all did different things. But, in reality, who has that much room in their bag? So, they decided to design a planner that’s not only good for productivity but one that prompts you to organize and keep track of every area of your life.
With The Getting Things Done Planner you can…
1. Start The Day Inspired
Fill in and add daily an inspirational quote that motivates you so you can always look back at it and feel inspired.
2. Create A Killer Plan
Refine and focus your todos for the day for optimal productivity on the left-hand side of the page that will help you focus only on your most high-prioritized tasks.
3. Plan Ahead
Fill in your meals and snacks for the day and keep track of what you’re putting into your body and even use this section to plan your meals for the week ahead of time.
4. Keep Track
Log your workouts and even plan them ahead of time and also use the water section to tick off, keep track and be prompted to drink your daily water intake.
Find the Getting Things Done planner here
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