Tools4Wisdom Planner Review
I had just recently sent the man of the house to the local office store to get me a paper planner. I have a lot going on with blogging and freelancing, and was having a hard time using digital trackers to do all I wanted to do. I wasn't really looking for anything fancy. He came back with a serviceable calender, but it wasn't exactly what I needed as it turns out.
I was offered the chance to review the Tools4Wisdom Planner and thought this would be a great upgrade for me!
First of all, it is big- it is 8.5x11- this is nice because of late I have been accumulating papers that I need to do work with and not necessarily fold up.
The calender function is just a portion of what this planner offers. I have been blogging and have expanded the reasons and methods of activity.
I never actually sat down and thought about what I wanted in goal related terms.
I wanted more viewers.
I wanted more subscribers.
I wanted more income from ads and such.
In order to accomplish each of those- I needed a few things:
Define a number
Define a timeline
Define what steps to take daily and weekly for those goals.
It was pretty easy to work that out with the planning pages inside of the Tools4Wisdom Planner:
There were some personal and toddler related goals for me each month.
And oddly- I had used some notes pages on the calender that the man picked up for me to track passwords.
It was completely insufficient for the task. THIS planner had a space for this. ALL LAID OUT. And there are plenty of lines for the hundreds of passwords that I seem to have.
Hint: I use pencil for them so I can go back and update them periodically.
It is nice to have a place to reflect on what I have done each month. I can write down things that worked or didn't. I can document random thoughts on blogging or life.
I found some very nice guides at the beginning to help me work through certain terms and definitions. You can really get a lot out of this section!
More information to learn!
They have really covered so many facets here. Personal is expanded. Business is expanded.
I have found so many uses for the Tools4Wisdom Planner that I did not initially contemplate.
I have set some long and short term goals.
I have space to make more than one or 2 notes a day.
I have a set program each month that helps me stay on track.
I had set 2 specific goals for myself-
one to increase Twitter followers and one for LinkedIn followers.
I made BOTH goals within a few weeks.
I might have done this over time, but I set out a goal, made the plan and achieved the goal through the work!
If you could benefit from some organization in your life, I highly suggest the Tools4Wisdom Planner.
Now that I am selling Barefoot Books, it is even doubly important that I keep track of my events, timelines etc.
Check out the Tools4Wisdom Planner- I know you will not be disappointed with the organization they will help you gain!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.