|Manufacturer||John Lee Dumas|
|Brand||The Freedom Journal|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 1 x 10 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||Tfj9780996234009|
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The Freedom Journal, Deluxe Black Hardcover and Non-Dated Notebook, Daily Planner to Achieve Your #1 Goal in 100 Days, Increase Focus and Productivity, Organizer With Exclusive Bonus
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- SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN GUIDE: Using scientific strategies proven to increase your ability to stay focused and accomplish your goals, The Freedom Journal is the BEST choice in daily planners! Loaded daily tasks, nightly recaps, 10-day sprints, and quarterly reviews in The Freedom Journal will guide you every step of the way to achieve your goal within 100 days.
- EXCLUSIVE ACCOUNTABILITY BONUS: In addition to the best selling daily journal, you’ll gain access to our exclusive private group where you can interact and engage with other motivated individuals who are looking to offer support and guidance. Plus, you’ll get the MOBILE APP, and the FILLABLE PDF version of The Freedom Journal FREE!
- THE FREEDOM JOURNAL GUARANTEE: The Freedom Journal is your personal accountability partner and has guided over 40,000 individuals towards accomplishing their #1 goal in 100 days. We are so positive The Freedom Journal will help you achieve your goal, we back our product up with a 100% money-back, 1-year guarantee. Just simply return your product and we will refund you!
- NEXT LEVEL ORGANIZATION: Take your productivity and organization to the next level with our impeccable daily planner to hitting your #1 goal. Our daily goal planner is a sure way to hold you accountable along the way while prioritizing your workload and make each day count as you get closer to achieving your goal. The Freedom Journal makes the perfect gift as well!
- FREEDOM JOURNAL CARES: We partnered with Pencils of Promise throughout our launch, so a portion of every Freedom Journal sale helped fund the construction of a school in a developing country. We've built 3 schools together already and helped fund multiple new learning programs within these schools!
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Goals have brought us to this point because they always give us something to work towards. You can have a vague dream but no execution plan, and so you just sort of flail and stumble along... Whereas having a concrete plan on how you’re actually going to achieve those goals - you can’t beat it.The Freedom Journal is a step-by-step, actionable execution plan people can use to really achieve their big goals... You really break it down for them and give them those action steps; you give people a system to follow that makes achieving their goals so much easier and so much more inevitable.
~ Jill Stanton of Screw the 9 to 5
One of the things I like about The Freedom Journal... I open it up and it just looks really well-designed, really clear, it’s so inviting - you just want to start writing in it right away.I’d encourage someone I love to use The Freedom Journal because it’ll get them to hold themselves accountable. They’ll see whether they’ve used it day to day because it’s not hidden inside an app - you actually get to see as you flip through the pages what you’ve done; and it pushes you to do everything you need to be clear about your goals and to actually start taking action on them.
~ Andrew Warner of Mixergy
The Freedom Journal will guide you through a gratitude exercise each morning to get your day started strong.
Then, once you've identified your #1 FOCUS for the day you'll state your three main objectives and create an action plan to help lead you to success.
Each night The Freedom Journal will prompt you to reflect on what worked and what didn't work and help you identify solutions for your struggles. You'll finish your day with a positive affirmation and be prepared to set the following day ON FIRE!
The Freedom Journal is made up of ten 10-day sprints, so you'll be accomplishing 10 micro-goals on your journey. This will provide you with the momentum and motivation you'll need to IGNITE your #1 goal in 100 days!
One of the most powerful actions you'll take with The Freedom Journal is reflecting on your progress.
You’ll conduct three quarterly reviews so you can identify what has been working over the last 25 days, and well as what has not been working.
The Freedom Journal will help you adjust as needed so you can continue your journey towards accomplishing your #1 goal in 100 days!
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Here's what you get...
The journal consists of ONLY TWO PAGES, that being day and night.
Generic questions that you could find on any website.
Lot's of blank spaces to write answers to the generic questions.
Repeat for 99 days.
Summary: You could make 99 copies and save yourself the money.
It's not worth the money. Way overhyped.
Do not waste your time or money as you'll be retuning it just as fast as I did.
You could look a the photos posted of the two pages, make 99 copies and save yourself the money. Considering that this is the most expensive journal that I have ever seen, I expected so much more content. I expect some variety in the day to day pages. I expect some more thought put into the generic questions.
The ONLY difference between the pages is the advertisement on the bottom of the page. Yes, on each "day" page on the bottom you will see a "recommended source". Many of these recommended sources are paid advertisers on the authors podcast. So in addition to the steep price, you get a motivational journal full of advertisements. The Freedom Journal: All Sizzle, No Steak.
The Freedom Journal-
This one's my favorite for adding to my morning and nightly routine. It starts you off on a 100 day count down to what your goal is and then you fill in what you're grateful for along with your #1 focus for the day, 3 SMART goal priorities, and 5 bullet point action plan. There's room to write down your thoughts throughout the day as well as a nightly review of your wins for the day, your struggles, how you can improve, why tomorrow will be great, and your final thought for the day.
You can argue you could simply write all of this in a $1 notebook but by spending $30 on this you'll take it more seriously since you invested into it. Every 10 days you'll set a new micro goal. Not recommended for anyone that doesn't reverse engineer their goals. I also got a yearly planner in addition to this since this one doesnt have dates.
This is the one I've used time and time again. I like that every sunday night there's a section you can write in the 15 things you have to accomplish in the week ahead and then fill it in advance so when you wake up and flip to that day you know exactly what you have to do. The negatives is that it's 5 days a week instead of 7 so I felt on somedays I was skipping to save more room in the book since you fill in the dates yourself (but gave me a couple days to catch up on since I have a bad habit of giving myself more than I can chew).
What seperates this from other planners is that for every goal there's a circle you fill in for every 25 minutes you work on it. So instead of working on a goal endlessly until you cross it off you just set a timer and work 25 minutes at a time before taking a break. This has actually been the most effective technique for me that's missing from all the other planners. I bought a pomodoro clock off Amazon to go with this planner.
Phoenix Planner- This one's for advanced users. Perfect for reverse engineering your 3 month goal. It's big so you can easily fill it in every day with your goals, what you're grateful for/ #1 focus as well as schedule out your day, victories, & how you'll improve. Plus a good section for your plan for the week ahead & habit checklist. There's a section in the beginning to manifest your 1 year goal & 12 week vision. If you don't want to bother with all of that go with the planner above or below this one.
Clever Fox Yearly Dated Planner-
I chose this one to pair with my 100 day challenge in the Freedom Journal so I can have a look at a glance monthly & weekly schedule to plan dates in advance and have a section for my personal to do list (outside of 100 day goal) and habit checklist.
I really like that each month is ahead of the following 4 weeks (instead of having all of the weeks and months in there own section like in the Ultimate Achiever's version) and pre-dated with holidays. There's a section in the beginning of the book to write out and manifest what goals you want to fulfill in every life area (finance, fitness, relationships, etc.)
Clever Fox Ultimate Achiever's Planner-
I'd recommend this to anyone that's goal for the year is to have more balance. You start the day out by writing in your affirmations, what you're grateful & excited for. If I didn't go for both the Clever Fox Yearly Dated Planner & The Freedom Journal I would have gone with this one since it's all in one. You just have to fill in the dates yourself (what I like about them being already filled in is that you're more motivated not to skip a day in order to save a page).
The best part about this is that there's a section where you fill in every day what your activity is in these 6 life sections: Health/Fitness, Personal Development, Family & Friends, Fun, Spiritual, & Relationship. If you're just focusing on one thing in the coming months (like starting a business) I wouldn't recommend this because everyday you'll be reminded that you spend too much time working and not enough out with friends having fun or dating. I plan on getting this planner for next year when I start my next chapter.
Achieving Autonomy: Strategic Journal For Entreprenuers -
I love the fact that this pairs with his book 6 Months to 6 Figures but I feel there's better formatted planners out there to do that on.
I'll start out by saying his book changed my life and was the first to inspire me into planning ahead. I've been reading it once every year for the past 4 years and have been using his free online print outs to reverse engineer my 6 month goals in advance. In the past I've used the "Productivity Planner" and was excited to hear he finally came out with his own version.
I was hoping this would be more of a cross between the Clever Fox Planner & the Freedom Journal and be something you could fill in every single day until the end of the 6 month goal. (Since in his book he says that everyday he reminds himself of his affirmations & what makes him excited for the day, etc.). Instead it's a week at a glance planner that's really small to fill in which shouldn't be a problem considering this planner is the size of a college textbook. I don't mind a week at a glance planner but I want my planners to be able to lay flat on the table while reading it...instead you have to keep it open like reading a book (although you can push the binding flat just like a textbook but still curved unlike other planners).
Seems to me this could have been a free print out on his website and instead put it into a book. I respect the hustle and it is a nice option to have it all prepared in a book but would expect more for the price. If you only have time to reflect once a week instead of every day than this could still be a good option for you.
On the plus side there is a check box for your morning routine and some small lines at the bottom of each day to write your wins & how you'll improve. You can also write your goals to the left and see them while looking at your week ahead...but there's only room for one word in the grateful section so it felt more like filling in a homework assignment rather than actually expressing what you feel. I do like the weekly review after each week but I prefer when the weeks & months aren't in different sections.
If this book didn't have 1 inch margins so you could write bigger and could lay flat like every other planner on the market than I'd probably use it, but until then I'll use a different planner and just read his 6M26F book to go along with it. If you're a simple person and don't need to write that much every day and just take it one week at a time I could recommend this to read with his book.
PLANNER CHEAT CODE: Write how much you make & spend each day in the top right & left hand corners to keep track of what you spend on your budget; and then put it into Google Sheets at the end of each month to track your progress (so you know what to cut back on each month and what profit producing activities to focus more on).
My current goal was 25k in profit for my business .
7 days left and we are at the 24k mark !
This journal is such a huge part of my routine now days and I don't see myself neglecting this habit !