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New To Do List - Weekly Daily Task Planner

Stop procrastination and achieve goals! Help clients get focused, prioritise and take regular action towards their goals and dreams. (2 pages)

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  • Identify key weekly and daily action-steps to achieve goals faster
  • Reduces overwhelm, helps client focus and prioritise tasks
  • Daily and weekly task planners keep clients on track
  • Focus on Key SMART Actions and Quick Wins
  • Perfect for small business coaches, executive and career coaches

Stop procrastination in its tracks! Many people struggle with getting the important stuff done - we fill our days with activities, but don't necessarily make those big steps towards our goals and dreams! We procrastinate - either intentionally or just because we're so "busy".

This tool helps clients achieve their goals - by taking action that gets them closer to their goals - EVERY single day! They focus on key "SMART Actions" and identify "Quick Wins" every week. With regular, focused action we not only ACHIEVE our goals - but we get there MUCH faster. (2 pages)

Who is this tool for? It's perfect for small business coaches, executive and career coaches where clients are working towards bigger life and career goals.

Overview: How This Simple 2 Page Task Management System Works:

  1. Page 1 - A Weekly Task Planner (as the name suggests) to use once a week. Identify your top 3-5 priorities, track upcoming actions and ideas, remember personal actions (eg. birthday reminders, pay bills, exercise class) and identify what to delegate/get help with.
  2. Page 2 - A Daily Task Planner (as the name suggests) to use once a day. Identify your "Key SMART Action", "Quick Wins" and personal tasks for that day. List your Top 3 Priorities that week at the top of the form to keep you focused when planning your day.

I suggest running through the Weekly Task Planner with your client once to explain how it works, and go through setting up the first day from the Daily Task Planner with them. Then the system is self-explanatory and they can complete it for themselves.

Get a complete description on how this tool works and how to use it with your clients here >>

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