In a world that is constantly becoming more digitized, the Full Focus Planner stands out like a snowman on a beach. After all, it’s not an app or a website – it’s an analog tool. No touchscreens, automatic uploads or complicated algorithms here!
What made self-proclaimed techie, Michael Hyatt, design and create a physical planner? And why does he think his product will change people’s lives?
“I love paper,” Hyatt asserts. “It’s the best reading app around.”
Hyatt explains that, despite their incredible efficiency, technology can also be incredibly distracting. Multiple screens, apps and pop-ups can divide your focus and inhibit your productivity.
In contrast, research shows that, when people write something down instead of inputting it into a computer, they retain more of the information. Writing by hand engages several parts of the brain and creates stronger memory cues. Writing out your yearly, monthly and weekly goals will make them stick in your mind.
The Planner offers a lot more than just a paper trail for your activities. It’s designed to help you achieve the goals you have for yourself and your business.
In a brilliant innovation that combines Hyatt’s goal-setting strategy with proven productivity methodology, The Full Focus Planner will connect your long-term goals with your daily tasks. And, best of all, it goes with you everywhere – the office, the airport, the coffee shop — so you can review your goals wherever you are.
Here’s what you can expect from the Full Focus Planner:
1.) Goal achievement strategy
The Full Focus Planner’s scientific method for planning and achieving goals will be your guide toward personal and professional achievement.
2.) Task tracking
Utilizing a personalized chart, you can track the tasks you complete on a daily basis, marking down your estimated time and actual completion time to facilitate better planning and goal-reaching.
3.) Finance tracking
Keeping your finances in order by frequently reviewing your accounts and spending habits will help you stick to your budget and reach your financial goals sooner.
4.) Habit tracker
Easily track your older and newer habits. This will help you evaluate which actions are holding you back from achieving and which ones are helping you move forward.
5.) Life visualize
Create a picture of your future and your career dreams to help you focus on your long-term goals.
6.) Monthly goal setting
Visualize your monthly goal. Create appropriate to-do lists and a plan for upcoming tasks that will enable you to reach your goal.
7.) Weekly planner
Planning and reviewing a weekly schedule will help keep your days focused and productive.
8.) 30-day challenge
Sometimes it’s good to take on more than you think you can handle. Challenge yourself each month with a goal that takes a bit more effort and watch your dreams turn into reality.
It’s important to be tuned into your inner self as you work toward your goals. Are you happy with the direction your life is taking? How can you improve your character? Self-reflection will help you listen to your inner voice.
10.) Failure mode analysis
Everyone messes up at times. Learn from your mistakes by using the planner’s systematic method for identifying where you went wrong.
11.) Stay motivated
An empty cup can’t pour. Keep your cup full with inspirational quotes and by tracking your progress and taking pride in all you’ve accomplished.
Your Turn: What keeps you from actually reaching your dreams? Share your biggest productivity pitfalls in the comments so we can all learn what does and doesn’t work!