Planning and Accountability

2017 Is Coming…

What are you going to do over the next twelve months to make your life exponentially more satisfying, enjoyable and inspiring than it is right now?

Ask 100 different people and you’ll get 100 different answers — 200 if you ask again in six months. But here’s one thing science tells us over and over again: organized people’s answers turn out to be right more often than people who don’t plan how they work toward their goals. 

So here’s what we’re going to do about that:

Next year I’m putting together a planning and accountability gang. We’ll set goals this December. We’ll break down those goals. We’ll meet regularly, using planners, to keep each other on the straight and narrow. We’ll celebrate our victories, bemoan our defeats, and cheerfully mock each other when we’re standing idiotically in the way of our own progress.

If you’re interested, email me today. 

But Wait! There’s More!

Readers of my blog might recall I had a planner-off last year, where I used two and picked my favorite. We’ll be using the VOLT planner as the core of the project, because it’s the awesomest bar none. Check out this video about it, but read what’s below it because that’s important, too.

This is really cool!

The good folks at Volt got a fan letter from me, and are sending me two free planners because I said such nice stuff about them on my blog.

I will be posting this all on my blog shortly, as well, so get cracking. If you have questions, email me with the links above. I won’t hold you to anything, but I won’t ship you a planner if you’re not going to use it.


3 thoughts on “Planning and Accountability

    • Good question!

      No. No cost. This is a pilot program I’m testing out, and I’ll be relying on the whole team to help each other out,and you’ll all keep me on the straight and narrow.

      Oh! You’ll need to buy a planner. The one I have in mind costs $40, but you don’t _have_ to use that particular one.

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