This great video explains some great concepts to use when using Week Plan, like why it is important to dump all your tasks out of your mind.
Posts By: Aymeric (founder)
The concept of Emotional Bank Account is a great way to explain the power of trust. When there is trust, everything is so much smoother.
This article “How to master your time” is a great read and explains several concepts used in WeekPlan. The author manages to use story telling efficiently to explain in an engaging way why focusing on what matters is so important. Highly recommended!
Note from Aymeric (founder): This is not an article about how great WeekPlan is (it is great!). A few weeks ago, I asked the WeekPlan community if someone would be interested in writing something on the WeekPlan blog and Jeff was one of the first to reply. Jeff is a cartoonist who publishes the comic… Read more »
WeekPlan allows you to manage your tasks with the 4 quadrants in mind. If you are not 100% sure what the 4 quadrants are, I recommend you to watch this video where the presenter does a good job to clarify the concepts. Some other tasks I would put in the Quadrant II: exercising, keeping… Read more »
I have a day job and I run an online business on the side (of which WeekPlan is a product). Often in conversations about starting a business, I hear someone commenting on the fact they don’t have enough energy after work to start a new business. I thought I would address this challenge in a… Read more »
This is a great video from Stephen Covey, the author of the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.
I wanted to share with you a very insightful set of slides that reminds us of some of the most powerful time management hacks.
Astrid has announced that they are closing down in 90 days. To save your data, we offer to implement an importer that can take all your Astrid data and import it into Week Plan. It is not ready yet, if you are interested, please leave us your email address to be notified when it is… Read more »
What you do during the first hour of the day can affect the rest of your day. Here is a list of things people enjoy doing first thing in the morning (after or before breakfast).