In our December Learning Input we talked about the benefits of spending 15 minutes or so every morning planning out your day.
By approaching our days with intention and realism we can free up time and feel more in control. We can can automate parts of our day and spend less time faffing around, revisiting information, remembering tasks or losing track of time.
This has enormous benefits not only for our efficiency, but also for our emotional and mental wellbeing.
In support of that we have a couple of downloadable templates that we use here in the office to help structure our own time. They are inspired by a mash-up of the work done by Caroline Webb in her book How to Have a Good Day, by David Allen’s Getting Things Done methodology and BestSelf’s Self Journal.
Please download and use as you wish.