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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Tools4Wisdom Planner Review

Tools4Wisdom Planner Review

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***My Personal Review***

This came just at the right time for me - I have just started being an Independent Consultant with 2 direct sales companies and I really was in need of something to keep all my information in.  This is a great planner because it's not JUST a planner - it has sections at the beginning with a goal planner list to assist in setting your goals.  Then in the next section it has an Area-Of-Focus where you read through and decide what is important to you, and then a reflection planner to write down what you have decided.  The next part I LOVE!  It has a portion where you learn to focus on and prioritize family, career and finance.  Of course family is first and it focuses on how to make better relationships and overcoming issues.  And of course with the first area completed it will naturally affect your other areas :)  It then goes on to ask you what your Top, Medium and Other Priorities are, and you make a list.  It also asks you to assess your goals and reflect on how you plan on meeting/exceeding them and the steps it will take to do so.  Milestones for each month to meet, personal growth goals, business goals, you name it!

Each month's calendar also features inspirational quotes and questions for you to answer.  I love the way it is set up, very easy to read, lists all holidays and large spaces for a lot of writing.  This calendar goes all the way through December 2015, so at least 1 1/2 years for you to use it.  At the end of the calendar there is a section for notes and reflections and what actions you plan to take to do better.  All in all this is the perfect calendar/planner for anyone, even if you don't have a lot of things to remember.  Just the reflections and information you write down can be a huge help to anyone's life :)  This planner also has something for the person who is on the internet a lot - a place to write down each website you visit and the username/password and your hints - so you have all of your information in one easy place!  For this section a lot of people might be leery of putting all their information - I would suggest not keeping bank info or any financial website info in this section - use it for places you visit that would not cause a huge problem if someone were to see your journal.  Or just use your hints instead of writing passwords.  I think it's a great way to remember a lot of my over 100 websites that I do visit, because I am constantly looking up or trying to remember passwords!  I would definitely order another one of these once this one is finished, great planner for a great price!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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