Thank you!!! It is WOW! It is the best solution for the GOAL RACE!
The size is excellent, the paper quality is exceptional and the ability to move pages around as well as add pages of different types is spectacular. Combined with the friendly and flexible approach to goal setting/reflection and this is an absolute winner.
I received my perfect notebook earlier this week and I am blown away by its layout and paper+printing qualities. Exceeded my expectations! Thank you!
Stay on top of your daily tasks and long term goals. See how:
Learn how the BIG BLOCKS system work
STEP 1: PLAN
Plan your "BIG BLOCK" goals for the next two-week cycle.
A “BIG BLOCK” is a personal or professional task or goal requiring more than one day to complete, and can be broken down into a few daily tasks.
STEP 2: ACT
Add to your daily task manager a few small tasks that will get you closer to finishing A "BIG BLOCK" task.
Then, add all your other tasks to the daily task manager according to their priority.
Now, act and complete your tasks.
STEP 3: MONITOR
Cross completed tasks in the daily task manager, mark your progress in the "BIG BLOCKS" dashboard and gain a visual graph of your focus for the period.
STEP 4: REFLECT
At the end of a cycle, use the REFLECTION page to learn how you can improve your next cycle.
Did you achieve your goals or not?If yes, how will you maintain them? If no, how can you improve?Why didn't you achieve your goals?
Each Notebook includes:
Perfect Notebook Tips & Tricks
The advantages of the modular binding system
The Perfect Notebook never runs out:
- Buy only ONE and keep refreshing it with our refills.
- Manage weight and bulkiness: remove and archive pages you are done with, add new ones and start creating new ideas.
- Opens 360 degrees to save desk space.
What Productivity gurus say
David Allen, Wired.com
“A lot of tech people I know are going back to paper, because a paper planner … there’s still no better tool than a paper planner.”
Amy Schellenbaum, Popular Science
It’s easy to underestimate the swell of satisfaction from making progress on something physical. To-do lists give nerds like me the thrill of checking something off.