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Do It Now! (Parchment Journals) Paperback – April 6, 2004
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The only thing I don't like is, it only has space for about a month and a half if you use a page for each day. With that in mind, once you get the idea of the system, you're better off getting a notebook and using the same format without the fancy journal. If he came out with a bigger version that would actually hold a whole year, or six months or something, I'd buy it, but buying a new book every month is totally impractical.
But definitely buy this to get started! You'll wonder how you ever kept tabs on all your tasks and errands without it!
My fave quote " As I grow older, I pay less attention to what men say. I just watch what they do." -Andrew Carnegie
What will I do when this journal is full??? :)
Some of the great features include the following:
1. The date is blank and the "action plan" has space for over 20 entries. This made the journal extremely flexible. I can use a 2-page section for one day OR for a single project that spans several days.
2. "Follow-up Names & Numbers" is included in each 2-page section. Croce recommends adding the names and contact information to your regular address book at the end of each day. However, I found that this planner saved me from adding names that weren't keepers; e.g. contacts that were only good for one project.
1. The planner used to come with a glossy cover accented by eye-catching gold accents. Now it's a dull matte. You may want to put stickers, a wrapping-paper cover, or something else on it so it stands out from the various black binders that tend to accumulate in one's office.
2. The journal doesn't contain a calendar.