Get a simple system to distill your goals into easy-to-manage tasks
Do you believe in goals?
How do you measure your progress?
Successful people plan out their goals. Even Charles Darwin was an eager planner. When writing his landmark book, Origin of the Species, Darwin recognized that setting realistic targets helped him finish his work. So, he tracked his progress with pebbles on the sand walk.
A goal properly set is halfway reached.
These are the words of Abraham Lincoln.
Do you know what’s changed since then?
Nothing. Except that goal setting has become a mainstream practice.
And I was no exception to the rule. I’ve consumed 50+ self-help books and tried out every goal planner I could get my hands on.
None of them worked well for me. Either they were too labor-intensive or too simple. Or they were hardly actionable—well, a PDF download is really hard to work with.
After years of trial and error, I realized that …
- You want to measure your progress, otherwise, your goals will remain a sheer fantasy
- You want to use a sustainable system that keeps you motivated
- You want action-driven templates that will act as an incentive for you to make progress
That’s why I created my very own Progress Planner. And after years of tweaking it, I want to share it with you.
Introducing the Progress Planner
With the Progress Planner, you’ll get a simple system to distill your goals into easy-to-manage tasks.
You’re overwhelmed. I feel ya …
You want to measure your progress, but tools are overwhelming
Wondering how to break down your goals into manageable chunks?
At the heart of the Progress Planner, there’s a top-down approach to better goal setting.
You’ll set quarterly and weekly targets and make a connection between them. And that’s how you become laser-focused on your goals.
You struggle with your system because it is not sustainable
Feeding your motivation is central to your success.
Do you know what’s one of the best sources of motivation in humans?
I’ve long been practicing an anticipation exercise. Most of the days, I would ask myself what I anticipate the most and what I’m grateful for. This is kind of a meditation exercise for me.
That’s why I made anticipation central to the Progress Planner. Because anticipation creates momentum. And very often that’s the only thing you need to move forward with your goals.
You fail to take action
It’s hard to move the needle when you’re staring at a blank PDF. You want a system that propels you into action. You need actionable stuff.
That’s why I designed the Progress Planner in Google Docs and Evernote. You can easily make a copy and customize your template. No worries—you can get a PDF download as well.
With my action-oriented templates, you no longer have an excuse for not reaching your goals.
Stick with me because I’m constantly improving my planner. You’ll be the first to receive the updates.
Disclaimer: I’m not affiliated with the resources mentioned on this page.