Week perspectiveWEEK PLAN gives you a weekly view on your tasks. A week view strikes the right balance between giving enough space to plan and a time window short enough to focus on execution. This week perspective has been recommended by S. Covey in his world famous book “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People”.
Easy and meaningful prioritizationIn WEEK PLAN, tasks can be marked as important and/or urgent. You want to spend as much time as possible in important but not urgent tasks. You can also drag and drop tasks from one day to another to easily reschedule your week. Inspired by the “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People”.
A balanced life thanks to RolesWEEK PLAN prompts you to list the roles that you play in your life (Father, Colleague, Brother, etc…) and encourages you think of goals related to these roles. Tying goals to roles help you balance your life and not neglect any area of your life. Inspired by the “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People”.
Break goals into week goalsEvery week, WEEK PLAN asks you what goal you could set out to do this week that would have the most positive impact. Breaking your goals into week goals help you make them achievable and see progress faster. Inspired by the “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People”.
A fluid calendarWEEK PLAN is not a classic calendar, each day is a todo-list rather than a list of fixed-time events. You go through your todo list as well as you can and if you don’t get everything done today, the tasks are moved automatically to the next day.
Guided journalingAt the end of your week, you will receive an email with a question that will help you reflect on how your week went. Your reply to this email will be added automatically to your journal in WEEK PLAN. Self reflection helps you adjust how you run your life. PRO users: You can receive the email daily.
A clear vision and long term goals.Not only does WEEK PLAN provide you with a weekly planner and a journal, you also get a space to store your higher level goals and mission statement.
Inspired by the “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People”, chapter “Begin with the End in Mind”