It doesn't have to be perfect,

it just has to start.

 

Creating the life you've always wanted can be a daunting and overwhelming task. But don't worry, we're here to help get you started. Don't own a Passion Planner yet? Try it out for free.

 
 
 

Step 1) Ask YourselF:

"If I could be anything, do anything, or have anything, what would it be?"

I want to be a(n)..

• Entrepreneur
• Lawyer
• Personal trainer

I want to..

• Adopt a dog
• Travel across Europe
• Have a home
 

I want to have a(n)..

• Active hobby
• Dream wedding
• Online store

Write every single thing that comes to mind and be as specific as possible. Lastly, do not feel the need to be realistic or justify your dreams. Just write.

 

 
 

Step 2) Fill in your GameChanger.

What goal will make the most positive impact on your life right now?

Write down as many necessary steps you must take or tasks you must complete to get you to your goal; the more detailed the better.

Next, assign due dates for each of these tasks by estimating the amount of time needed to complete them. Look over each task and write the number "1" next to the one that must be completed first. Add a number "2" next to the second task, and so on until all tasks are numbered.

 

 
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Step 3) Work at it!

Incorporate this goal into your daily life.

Planners aren't just for your appointments and to-do lists! Write the tasks from your GameChanger in the corresponding due dates in your weekly layout. Throughout the year, use these as checkpoints to keep you on track. Before you know it, you'll be on your way to accomplishing that goal!

Everyone has a different planning style, so don't worry if you don't get it right the first time. Practice makes progress, so take it one step at a time. Keep repeating this process for as many goals as you'd like. 

 

Tips

Utilize these tips to get the most out of your Passion Planner!

You can never have too many Post-its. Here are some Post-It tips you can use for your planner! 1) Use Post-Its to help time-block your appointments 2) Color code different activities throughout the week. Work? Blue. Errands? Red! Or choose whichever colors you like! 3) Sometimes we need to change our plans. Post-Its are perfect for this!

You can never have too many Post-its. Here are some Post-It tips you can use for your planner!

1) Use Post-Its to help time-block your appointments

2) Color code different activities throughout the week. Work? Blue. Errands? Red! Or choose whichever colors you like!

3) Sometimes we need to change our plans. Post-Its are perfect for this!

Do you have a couple favorite colors to use in your Passion Planner? Try creating a color legend to stay organized so you don’t forget what those colors mean. This can help with organization and gauging how much time you spend in different parts of your life. Sometimes we need to balance out our lives. This is a perfect way to do just that! :)

Do you have a couple favorite colors to use in your Passion Planner? Try creating a color legend to stay organized so you don’t forget what those colors mean.

This can help with organization and gauging how much time you spend in different parts of your life. Sometimes we need to balance out our lives. This is a perfect way to do just that! :)

The pen you use with your Passion Planner is one of the most important decisions. Here are a few of the pens we use in our layouts: Muji Gel Ink Ballpoints, Tombow Fudenosuke Twin Tip Brush Pens, Sharpie Pens, Pilot G2s, and Sakura Pigma Microns. These pens both write extremely well and don’t bleed through your pages.

The pen you use with your Passion Planner is one of the most important decisions. Here are a few of the pens we use in our layouts: Muji Gel Ink Ballpoints, Tombow Fudenosuke Twin Tip Brush Pens, Sharpie Pens, Pilot G2s, and Sakura Pigma Microns. These pens both write extremely well and don’t bleed through your pages.