WeekPlan: Weekly Task Planner With Goals In Mind

Have you read the book “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People“?  The book (which has been around for a long time) gives some pretty powerful advice on how to manage your time properly. WeekPlan is an online task manager that takes inspiration from this book. It is basically a weekly task planner that includes roles and goals in your itinerary, allowing you to organize your tasks with your long-term goals.

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To start using Weekplan, you need to first log in with your email address. Located on the left side of the planner are boxes that contain your long-term goals. Assign a personal role that you want to dedicate a goal to (e.g., for yourself, as a worker, as a parent, and so on). On the other side you will find a weekly planner where you can list down and arrange daily tasks that you need to accomplish for the week.

Clicking on a task will cross it off, indicating that you have already done the task. You can also mark an important task by adding the character “˜!’ at the end of a task. Furthermore, you can integrate your daily tasks by dragging them to the respective goals.

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WeekPlan is a different take to task management. Instead of the usual mark-as-you-go apps, this tool allows you to focus on your long-term goals and remember why you are doing what you need to do.

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  • Weekly planner based on the book “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People“ by S. Covey.
  • Connect your daily tasks with your long term goals.
  • Put task in important/urgent quadrants.
  • Mark important tasks.
  • Group your goals according to your personal roles.
  • Drag and drop tasks.
  • Similar Tools: Doris, ToodleDo, and Goalbot.

Check out Weekplan @ www.weekplan.net

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