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Effic Productivity Planner
Effic Productivity Planner
Effic Productivity Planner
Effic Productivity Planner

Effic Productivity Planner

Prix régulier $33.00 Solde

The Effic planner created by Dave Ruel.
 
The Only Planner Backed By An Efficient & Proven Method To Strategically Plan Your Next 90 Days, Organize Your Work Week And Implement Strong Habits & Routines Into Your Entrepreneurial Life.

The ProductivAction™ Method is a goal and task management methodology for entrepreneurs that allows you to translate your annual goals into day-to-day actions. Its powerful framework allows you to be more efficient, execute effectively and be more productive as a result.
As entrepreneurs, we lead busy lives. It seems we never have enough time to do the things we really want, like complete important projects or do things that make us happy. We’re so busy with millions of little things to do. Throughout my many years as an entrepreneur, I’ve always sought the best strategies to help me be as productive as possible and to achieve my goals. Unfortunately, these strategies and methods didn’t work. I never got to the end of my long to do lists, and although I’m a disciplined person, my tasks were piling up and my projects weren’t progressing. I had to face the facts: I was simply incapable of organizing my time in a way that allowed me to juggle my projects, daily tasks and family life. And then one day, I came across a recorded seminar on time management, given by Dr. Stephen R. Covey following the release of his book First Things First. Dr. Covey explained that the secret to achieving your goals was to prioritize. He pulled a bucket out from under the table, along with 3 containers: one filled with rocks, the other with smaller rocks and the last one with sand.
He started pouring sand into the bucket, followed by the small rocks and then the big rocks. You could immediately tell that it would be impossible to fit everything in the bucket. With a layer of sand at the bottom and the small rocks on top, there was no room left for the big rocks. He decided to start again by putting the big rocks in the bucket first. Then he added the small rocks which fit in the gaps between the big rocks and finally poured in the sand which filled the empty spaces. Everything fit easily into the bucket. Mr. Covey then told the students, “You see, in our personal and professional lives, we have big rocks, small rocks and sand. The natural tendency is to give priority to sand, leaving little room for rocks. We spend most of our lives taking care of little tasks and neglecting the important ones, hence the importance of prioritizing.”