|Brand Name||The Full Focus Planner|
|Item Weight||1.57 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.2 x 9.2 x 1 inches|
|Sheet Size||6.0 x 9.0|
|Manufacturer Part Number||43237-2|
Full Focus Planner by Michael Hyatt - The #1 Daily Planner to Set Annual Goals, Increase Focus, Eliminate Overwhelm, and Achieve Your Biggest Goals - Appointment & Agenda Organizer - Hardcover
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- DESIGN YOUR DAYS & ACCOMPLISH YOUR BIGGEST GOALS – Plan your year and live out your goals each day like never before. Keep your priorities in clear view and achieve what matters every day with a planner designed for high achievers seeking an intentional, fulfilling lifestyle.
- FIELD-TESTED PRINCIPLES FOR GOAL-ACHIEVEMENT – Built from the popular principles inside productivity expert, Michael Hyatt’s, bestselling courses and trainings which have helped over 100,000 high achievers around the world. The principles help you act on your highest priorities every day to accomplish your big annual goals all year long.
- CHART YOUR PROGRESS & STAY ON TRACK – Use weekly and quarterly review templates, along with daily task lists, to connect the dots between your granular to-dos and your big-picture ambitions. With your priorities always in view, life’s daily demands won’t derail you. The Full Focus Planner helps you sift through the urgent to tackle what’s most important.
- DEFEAT OVERWHELM & INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY – With our unique daily framework, you can separate your highest-leverage activities from your list of daily tasks. This keeps you moving toward success each day, so this year can be your best, most productive year yet.
- SUCCESS GUARANTEED – The Full Focus Planner has helped hundreds of thousands of individuals reach their goals with unparalleled focus and productivity on what matters most. If however you are not satisfied with the planner, just return it and we’ll refund your money, no questions asked.
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Are you frustrated that you didn’t reach the big goals you set at the beginning of the year?
You’re busier than ever, but you never seem to make progress on achieving your goals. The whirlwind of daily responsibilities leaves you overwhelmed.
Finally, there’s a way to connect your annual goals to daily productivity so you stay focused on what matters most.
Introducing The Full Focus Planner– a planner developed by productivity expert, Michael Hyatt, to help you distill your big goals into daily actions and priorities.
Built for a 90-day achievement cycle, the Full Focus Planner keeps you focused on achieving the goals set out for one quarter, so you don’t get overwhelmed from planning and tracking goals 12 months at a time. With sustained momentum each quarter, you can accomplish all of your annual goals and never lose track.
The planner incorporates research-backed goal-setting and productivity principles. Including…
Goal Templates - to detail the specifics of your goals and help you reach them faster.
Ideal Week Template - to plot out what your perfect week should look like.
Monthly Calendars - to get a glimpse of the entire year when you plan your big goals.
Rolling Quarters - to get a closer look at your quarters when planning.
Daily Rituals - to design routines for your mornings and evenings that make you extra productive.
Daily Pages - to plan your days with your to-do lists and priorities separated.
Weekly Review - to look back, correct what went wrong, and make the next week better than the last.
Quarterly Review - to celebrate the wins of your quarter and move forward with confidence.
The planner also includes tutorial videos so you can implement the goal-setting and achievement system as fast as possible.
Join the 100,000+ customers around the world achieving their goals with this planner.
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Buy a lined notebook. Whatever style you like - college, moleskin, legal pad... whatev.
Write your goals on the 1st page. No more than five or so. Number them. There you got it. That's it (that's the big secret- you set goals).
Plan your five goals (for the year/quarter/full moon) on the next five sheets - next steps, motivation, etc. Whatever you want to write. Don't be too detailed, just enough to get started.
Pick the top 3 things you want to work on this week. You could refer to your main goals or not, but you probably should. What are you going to get done toward your main goals, this week?
After that, start your daily pages. Write the date at the top of that sucker. There are 3 lists on your daily page Top 3 Todos, Other todos, and appointments. Make some headings and you are off to the freaking races.
Use those lists. Write down your top three todos for the day, write your other todos, and write your appointments for the day - pull em out of google Calendar or where ever you pull your hair appointments down.
Now do that 7 times (a full week). Awesome. Good job. You wrote your stuff in a notebook - now you can look back and marvel at your awesomeness.
Reflect for two pages - google some weekly review checklist or something - make some new plans for the next week.
That's basically it. You are welcome.
Since then, I've experimented with about 30 different systems, including a dozen online methods. I finally gave up and created my own, using 1 zippered notebook for my daily tasks and errands and another to track my long-term goals, health measures, budget, and so forth. That has worked out okay, but it's clunky. And I didn't find a way to visualize my priorities and figure out how to be disciplined but also flexible.
I am incredibly impressed with the FFP. I didn't know anything about Michael Hyatt until I read a book of his recently, and I have no connections to him or his company, but the system he put together is really brilliant. He's figured out how to create a compact planner that combines and prioritizes long-term goals, short-term goals, and daily tasks. His daily layout is very similar to the layout I'd created myself, with a small vertical section to show appointments, to-do list, and free-form section. The part that's new for me is the constant review and reflection. Also, I love, love, love that he includes weekends! It drives me crazy when planners don't have them. If I don't structure my weekends, they completely vanish on me. I have to plan my weekends if I want to make sure I'm socializing, pursuing hobbies, and getting household errands done.
Okay, so there's all of that, but let me say just a bit about the book itself. It's very well designed. It has all the features I look for in planner-style notebooks: elastic to hold the cover down, sturdy cover that's water-resistant, tight binding, neutral color, AND an envelope in the back cover. This is so important. At times, I've pasted my own envelope into planners, because I always want to have some stamps, envelopes and checks with me. I also like to carry repositionable tabs for marking sections. Apparently, marking sections is important to MH as well, because his book has 2 ribbons instead of 1.
This book won't totally replace my system, because I still want a tangible place to record my budget and health markers. But it replaces everything else I've been using. And I'm very excited to see if the weekly goals review increases my accomplishments. Right now, I'm only hitting about 20% of my long-term goals.
I know this is a long and rambling post, but I'm just so impressed. Oh, one last thing is that he has you plan 2 morning rituals and 2 evening rituals, 1 set to bracket your awake time (meditation, exercise, etc.), and 1 set to bracket your hours at work (filling water bottle, cleaning up your desk, etc.).
I spend a lot of life working in a digital space - digital todo lists, digital calendar, digital notebooks - so it's incredibly refreshing to use an analog, pen and paper solution for a change.
I was looking for a premium planner that guided my thoughts and morning routine and this book fit the bill perfectly.
The system the book uses is a pretty good guide for my thoughts and my planning but what I really like about it is the thickness of the pages. I've got a fascination with quality paper and quality bindings and this gives me that satisfaction.
Overall, sure it's more expensive than a standard notebook and there are plenty of daily organization systems you can find online to use, but if you want an inviting centerpiece to your daily planning routine, this hits the spot.