We’re all busy. One day you were just some person with few responsibilities and then, seemingly the next day, you’re entire calendar is booked and you still have an overflowing to-do list. In order to accomplish all of this, we’re going to need energy.
Category: Goal Achievement
192. How to Make New Habits Stick
Why is forming new habits – the good ones, at least – so hard to do?
188. You Are Who You’re With: Stories of Achievement
We’ve all heard the phrase, “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” But, how does that apply to goal achievement and productivity?
187. It’s Time To Write Your Not-To-Do List
Spring is the perfect time of year to look at your priorities. Think of it as a Spring Cleaning for your priorities! Learn all about why you should make a “Not-To-Do” List.
183. Remember Why You Started
The “messy middle” is a place where we’ve come too far to go back but we can’t yet see what’s up ahead – and it’s normal. In fact, if you haven’t hit the messy middle yet, you probably will soon.
The messy middle is typically where we feel we’ve hit the end of our own resources. It’s at this moment that you have to start getting creative and asking for help. But the most important resource in the messy middle is motivation. And that’s at the heart of what we’re talking about today.
Blake, Courtney, and Verbs talk about two reasons that it is important to remember why you started. After that, Courtney speaks with Full Focus Planner Certified Pro, Valeria Gray. They talk about how she uses the Full Focus System with her clients and offers some tips that you can use right away.
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182. 2 Reasons to Trade Remembering for Writing
Let’s face it: We have a tendency to be overconfident about what we can remember. We think we’ll remember the important ideas from that meeting or the date of that event or the email that you have to send. By simply relying on our memory to get us through our lives, we put some of our most important goals and priorities at risk.
Blake, Courtney, and Verbs offer two reasons that you should trust your memory less and trust your pens and pencils more. After that, Courtney speaks with Full Focus Planner Certified Pro, Conor Scholes. He speaks with her about how he uses the planner to focus his Enneagram 4 personality.
To reach out to Conor, find him in our Certified Pro directoy: fullfocus.co/directory. (Remember to select the label “Earners”.)
You can also find Conor and thousands of other planner users in the Full Focus Planner Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ffpthinktank
Watch this episode on YouTube! https://youtu.be/rSrqEjIgbLE
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181. Using Your Enneagram Type to Maximize Your Planner
We break down every Enneagram personality type and how you can leverage the planner to achieve your best results.
180. Build Your Plan: Weekly Preview Pt. 3
Courtney and Verbs talk you through three important elements that will help you get your week set up for success. Also, Courtney flips the tables on Nick and gives him a quiz about the history of goal setting.
179. Better Together: Involve People to Boost Goal Achievement
Blake, Courtney, and Verbs offer three common confessions that you can share with your community to help you achieve your goals. Also, Courtney answers a question from the Full Focus Planner Community.
178. Change Your Mindset & Accomplish Your Goals
Megan Hyatt Miller, CEO of Full Focus, drops by to explain why your mindset is maybe the most important element of achieving your goals.