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High Performance Planner Diary – 13 November 2018
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Based on an extensive study of high performers and how they increase productivity, set goals, prioritize, and create the positive mindset and habits needed to Win The Day, Brendon Burchard has created this Planner to help you reach your highest performance!
Use this Planner every day (yes, every single day) and you will start focusing on what matters. You will get more done and feel better doing it.
Available in six different colors, this Planner is unlike other planners. You won't find a bunch of random success quotes in these pages. Instead, you have a workhorse of a Planner where every single inch is used to help you improve your mindset, plan your next move, track what matters, and truly learn about yourself.
This is a thinking person's Planner - it's built for people who want to do the real work required to succeed every day, week, and month.
There are four types of pages in this Planner: Daily, Weekly, Monthly Review, and Monthly Preparation
Daily Pages featuring Morning Mindset and Evening Scorecard
Start your day with clear intention by filling out the 10 Morning Mindset prompts. These 10 questions will help you start the day positive, confident and focused on what matters the most. End the day with 6 questions and 6 scorecards that help you review and develop the habits that lead to long-term success.
Weekly Pages, featuring the Whole Life Assessment and High Performance Habits Assessment
Each week, you’ll review your lessons learned and also score yourself in 10 major life areas: health, mission, family, learning, finances, friends, spirit, mental/emotional energy, love/heart, and experiences. You’ll also complete the High Performance Habits assessment, a proven professional tool that helps you improve upon the habits that correlate with long-term success.
Monthly Review Pages
Extra pages and journaling exercises help you review what you learned the last 30 days about yourself, your relationships, and your mission. A long-term goal section helps you re-align your tasks toward 1- and 3-year goals.
Monthly Strategy Pages
Strategic writing prompts help you anticipate the major projects, events and deadlines for the month ahead. You’ll also fill out the Whole Life Assessment to keep you track, score and balance the major areas of your life every single month.
- Publisher : Hay House (13 November 2018)
- Language : English
- Diary : 192 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1401957234
- ISBN-13 : 978-1401957230
- Dimensions : 21.44 x 1.85 x 29.54 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 389 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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a lot of respect for, but this journal is complete overkill.
Firstly, it's massive making it impractical to carry with you.
Secondly, there's just too much to fill in. It's like sitting down with
a psychiatrist each morning and going through every aspect of your life.
I guess if you're into that sort of thing, go for it. But for me, while I do like
the idea of a morning or quick evening check-in, I just think this journal
is a solution looking for a problem.
A clean, neatly presented format with enough writing space
Nothing more motivating that rating your performance, I look forward to the challenge
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There's a lot of oddities about the daily pages; the sections at the top are just empty blocks rather than lined writing areas but the notes section at the bottom is annoyingly filled with dots. The middle 50% of the double page spread could have been designed in half the space it takes up and, therefore, strips away space that could have been used for more 'productivity, inspiring' sections like the top 3 goals and priorities, breaking thise goals into tasks, the tasks that absolutely must be done today and the people to connect with.
It's not good enough for the price. Taking up an entire page for a quote from the 'author' is a bit of a 'look at me' moment and the 2 full page adverts for the High Performance Planner website is a bit much. Give me a break, I've bought your product not as a platform for you to big yourself up and advertise to me.
- If you can stick with it, there will be a marked improvement in your habits and motivation. However I couldn’t stick with it because of the cons
- very large book, not travel friendly. I have to leave it at home which defeats the point of a planner/motivation journal. I’d rather have it with me as I go about the day and refer back to it.
- I feel the daily prompts and questions are very repetitive. Same questions that are worded slightly differently but yield the same answer
- the day ends at 7:30 pm and there is no space for events or tasks that might happen after that. A major oversight.
- the monthly overview is at the END of the daily pages, which is extremely inconvenient.
If it was more travel sized and the day lasted till at least 10pm, the rest of the issues could be overlooked.
Only thing that really surprised me is that it’s only for two months apparently. Not sure if I miss read that in the description but it’s hella expensive then imo.
There's a lot of other issues I have. I understand the importance of all those questions, but it gets monotonous after the first 2 weeks. There's no upfront planning space for your goals, whether weekly or monthly. It's all retrospective (looking back, never forward). The questions get devalued over time. How many different words can you use to describe "one word to describe the kind of person I want to be today".
I do like Brendon. Read his book. He is a guru. But not impressed with this planner.