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 “Guinea Something Good” at http://www.JoeGP.com and a user of WeekPlan. In this article, Jeff tells us the method he uses to stay focused during a typical day of work. This is now Jeff writing. 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 in touch with those who matter to us, relaxing/resting activities.

Quadrant II is where you would ideally want to spend most of your time.

Duracell, lasts longer.

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 blog post and explain how I deal with it myself.

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Once every while we take time to set goals we would love to achieve, but in most cases many people fail to meet the threshold they target because the goals they have set are poorly conceived and not reachable. The main problem is that most of us do not set milestones upon which they can measure success on their way to the goals set. In this article, you will find tips on the best practices in goal setting. Read more »
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 ready.