Digital 100 Day Planner
Introducing a planner that helps your jumpstart any big event in your life, even if it’s just you want to make improvements to your current situation.
This is a popular strategy that you most often hear about with the president or new managers or executives at a job. They use the first 100 days to show what they can do and set the pace for the rest of their time and work.
The 100 Day Planner lets you create a roadmap for the next 100 days. Set goals and create a plan for just the next 100 days, that’s it. The thought process is that if you are super productive and get a lot done in the first 100 days, it sets the tone for the rest of what you’re doing.
We’ve broken it up into a few sections.
The first thing you do is do a little preassessment. These are just a few questions to get your brain warmed up and help you think about your plan for the next 100 days.
The next section is a 100-day overview. You are now taking a big picture look at the 100 days and what you want to accomplish after 30 days, 60, 90, and finally the 100-day mark. You can also add some steps and milestones for each period.
After that, you can go into detail about your goals. Set some solid goals to get you through the 100 days and create a plan that ensures you hit each goal.
Next, you have your sections to break down to each month, week, and day.
Because of the way we set it up, you create a high-level overview where you plan exactly what you need to do in the 100 day period, and then, to make sure you complete those goals, we break it down so you know you’ll have time. You can monitor your progress to make sure you’re keeping up.
We don’t want to get 60 or 90 days in and realize you’re way behind, that’s not good. We want to ensure you create a plan that gives you the highest possibility of success.
So whether you want to use it for a new job, school, a business, or just to start a big change in your life, this is the perfect planner to get you started.
How to use
How to use
If you're new to digital planning, it's pretty easy to get started. It only requires a few things. You need an iPad or tablet with a stylus and an annotation app. We have more information on this in the 'Compatibility' section.
Once you have the above items, you can get started. You can download your planner to your device, next you'll open it in the annotation app of your choosing, finally, you can start planning.
It's that easy.
The functionality of each app differs but the general idea is the same. You can navigate through the planner with the hyperlinks (tabs, some dates, and buttons), you use the pen tool to write, and you can erase and insert images/stickers as you need.
iPad or tablet + a stylus
For iOS we recommend GoodNotes ($7.99) or ZoomNotes (free & paid options)
For Android, we recommend Xodo (free) or Noteshelf ($4.99).
*There are other options available but these are the ones we recommend.
Unfortunately, we do not accept returns for digital products as you receive an instant download at the time of your purchase. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns prior to your purchase.
Really helpful. I can now organize myself