Goals and Priorities Diary 2014

Goals and Priorities Diary

$29.00

A structured diary for advancing your goals and getting your most important tasks done every day.

NEW: Updated for 2014.

This product is included in the Premium Subscription.

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Product Description

What Is It?

Goals & Priorities Diary is a structured diary for advancing your goals and getting your most important tasks done every day.

Goals and Priorities Diary

  • Each day you’re guided to focus on the things that matter most – freeing you from overwhelm while allowing you to progress on goals.
  • The structure leads you to set yearly and monthly goals, then to translate those goals into daily tasks.
  • Every day you’re prompted to identify your top three priorities and do these first. It’s a systematic, stress-free way to advance your goals.

Who Is It For?

Goals and Priorities Diary

Goals & Priorities Diary is perfect for:

  • People who feel overwhelmed by their daily to-do list
  • People who feel their real priorities get neglected
  • People who want to systematically move forward on their goals.

What Do You Get?

Goals and Priorities Diary

Goals & Priorities Diary is a 388-page downloadable PDF.

It’s fully interactive – you can type, save, edit, search, and print.

I am your biggest fan with the Goals & Priorities Diary, and this will be my third year using it. What a great tool it is for my business. Thank you, Michele!

 ~ Laura, on Facebook Page 

What Will You Gain?

Goals and Priorities Diary

Goals & Priorities Diary will help you achieve your goals faster and live a life that reflects your major priorities:

  • How to use your Goals & Priorities Diary
  • Current Year Goals Planner
  • Monthly Goals Planner
  • Daily Priorities Planner
  • Goals Achieved & Rewards
  • Next Year Goals Planner.

Michele, thank you DEARLY for the inspiring contribution & value that you add to my life ;-)

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“I purchased the Premium Pack about 2 weeks ago and I’m almost finished going through the 12 areas of my life. I am so focused, almost addicted, to the program that I just want to keep going.”

Karen Perkins

“I have been using your Life & Goal Organizer for a little over a week now. I just wanted to say thank you. For quite some time, I had been looking for ways to change so many things in my life and these tools cover everything I’ve wanted to change, and more.”

Jessica Hart

“Congratulations on such a fantastic offering. I have spent all weekend going through the organizer. Posititve changes have already been made. For example I have found $5,500 in savings in household expenses! The $100 cost for the package has already paid for itself 55 times over!!”

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Michele. I just got the Organize Your Life and Goals Workbook Planner! That is awesome! I can’t put it down. Just what I needed! Keep up the good work!

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More progress today, and I am so happy! I’m really grateful for your program Michele, it’s terrific. Thank you!

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Thank you so much for making your ideas available to us and easy access! Your ideas are fantastic. I just broke out the 30 Day Organizer and will be starting that soon for the often neglected areas…utensil drawers, closets & cupboards.

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This has been a very liberating experience for me! I still have more papers to go through and file or dispense with, but I AM getting there! Doing this and the Declutter Your Wardrobe program last year has changed how I deal with “stuff “, which is a great feeling! Thanks Michele!

Anne Dudzinski

“Because LGO maintains both comprehensiveness AND specific task-setting, it has enabled me to make sense of my messy life. When I sit down with your worksheets, I feel good, relieved… I cannot describe how powerful it is to shift focus from what’s WRONG with one’s present life, to instead place the final meaning on the question of ‘What is it that I want, and by what method do I mean to get there?”

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