Don’t know where to start?
Browse the full monaplanner and read below how to use each section to stick to your plan to be your most effective self.
Make planning time a daily habit for optimum results! The monaplanner© is like a treadmill, you only see results when you use it!
Daily Plan of Action
Ahhh, this is where the “Focus Daily” part of the plan comes in.
My 3 Biggies
By writing your 3 priorities (yes, limit it to 3 or less!), you’ll increase the probability of getting them done, and your brain will keep them top of mind.
Write in anything that is time specific here. Meetings, sales calls, lunch appointments …you get the picture.
This is where you write the rest of your tasks for that particular day. Don’t over schedule yourself! Plan ahead for the extra things/urgent items that always seem to creep into your day. A good rule of thumb is to only schedule 2/3 of your day. Allow the other 1/3 to be time to answer emails, return calls and handle last minute urgent request. At the end of each day, make adjustments as needed – transfer unfinished tasks to the day you do plan to get them done.
Today I’m Grateful For...
Ahhh, gratitude. Studies show that being grateful can improve our physical, mental and emotional health. It can reduce stress and increase mental strength. Take a few minutes a day to write what you’re grateful for!
Are you a doodler? Like to make daily detailed notes? This page is for you! Write, draw and scribble your way to personal effectiveness! Writing things down, instead of using electronics actually helps our memory!
Are you a doodler? Like to make daily detailed notes?
This page is for you! Write, draw and scribble your way to personal effectiveness! Writing things down, instead of using electronics actually helps our memory! There is one notes page after every "Daily Plan of Action" page, and 12 additional notes pages at the back of the monaplanner©.
Last Week’s Accomplishments Tracking
Our brains LOVE to celebrate when we complete our tasks and projects! Make a habit of writing your weekly accomplishments here.
Plan Weekly. Focus Daily.
This is where the rubber meets the road. Take time on a weekly basis (15-30 minutes) to get everything out of your brain and on to paper. “Poor handwriting is better than a good memory!” Doing this helps you see the “big picture” for the upcoming week, and allows you to prioritize and schedule your tasks and projects. Don’t write your entire to-do list on one page! Schedule your tasks and projects on the day you plan to do them.
Like to see your month in one glance?
These pages will help you see the big picture. Or use it to write in sales goals, physical activities, important events like birthday’s, anniversary’s, etc. and more!