8 Essential Tips for Planner Users: A Guide to Effective Planning

If you already use a planner but feel you still need help, then you are in the right place. In this article, you will find 8 tips that will help you spice up your planner writing.

The tips will help you to be more successful, and to spend more time on the activities through which you can improve. I wish you a pleasant reading!

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Setting goals

Setting goals is one of the most important factors in whatever planner you use. Set both short-term and long-term goals.

Develop a strategy for these and assign tasks and activities to them. Plan the indicated tasks in your designer and try to do something about your goals every day.

Setting priorities in planner

It’s important to prioritize your tasks and tasks to manage them. There may be tasks that you don’t feel like doing, but it’s important to get them done as soon as possible.

Give this task a higher priority. Make a descending order and schedule those tasks in advance that have a high priority. Be ruthlessly honest with yourself on this point.

Time block in planner

Once you’ve outlined the tasks you need to do on a given day, be sure to assign a time slot to them. It’s hard to work out how long each task will take from the beginning.

Be patient with yourself. Don’t give in and notice if you want to procrastinate, and don’t stick to the time you have set.

This will lead to you not completing your tasks on time and you will disappoint yourself.

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Introducing breaks

Remember, it’s not just about focusing on the tasks. It’s important to include breaks in your daily schedule, as our brains need to rest and recharge to continue to perform as well as we expect them to.

Flexibility

As I have already mentioned, flexibility is important for several factors. This is also true for planning.

It is also important to remember that sometimes there are unexpected events that are beyond our control, so the ability and existence of flexibility is important in planning writing. So there should be reserved time slots for unexpected events or tasks.

Making lists in your planner

Make lists of activities that you want to do, some kinds:

  • activities that make your job easier

  • activities that help you relax

  • actions that help your personal development

For tips and descriptions of the former, please look at developing your personality consciously by reading the following article.

 

5 lists you need in your planner if you want to develop your personality

Routine design

If you’ve been using a planner for a while, you probably like order and a sense of routine. However, you may not yet have a fully established routine.

For example, it can add a lot to your day if you start your day with a focused and energizing morning. I’ll give you some advice on this in the next article:

 

5 morning habits that help with self-care

Effective use of technology

You might not even consider using different tech tools to plan your day. Many people like physical planners, but a wide variety of digital planners can save you money.

You can use an image editor to create a Vision Board with images and quotes related to your goals. It’s worth sticking this in the front of your designer to motivate you daily.

 

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