Are you ready to build your empire?
174 pages. A5 SIZE.
Yearly Goals by quarter
Yearly Goals divided into categories
Month in Review
Monthly Financial Goals
Social Media - what to post included in every page
Month on 2 pages
Week on 2 pages.
Year in Review - Reflection
Here's how to get the best of your planner:
Start by taking some precious time to fill out your vision board. The most
important thing here is to think about how you would want your life. Take
some deep breaths and let your mind guide you to your desires. Find
pictures that speak to those feelings or if you’re artsy, you can draw as well.
Next chose some yearly goals you want to work on. Break those big goals into small tasks, and schedule them on your yearly goal pages. If you have financial goals, you can jump into the Savings Tracker and start that as well.
Right after that, Set your monthly goals into the monthly planning section, this way, it will be easier to track and not lose focus on the goals you planned at the beginning of the year. Once the month is over, it’s time to reward yourself and celebrate the goals accomplished and do a self-check-in.
Monthly Review. By the end of every month, you’ll have a check-in page to write how your month went, the wins and challenges you had and how you felt about it.
On your weekly planning, you’ll be able to set your priorities to work on, and list your tasks in the to-do list, and also track your new habits. Here, you can also find a space to plan your social media posts, your promotions and incentives for the week, email campaigns, and new ideas.
In the beginning of each month, you can find a goal-setting page with 4 news goals for the month, tasks, financial goals, habit,s and a mood tracker.
Once the year comes to an end, you'll find reflection pages to journal about the biggest moments of each month, lessons learned, and wins you had along your journey. You'll also find a journal page to write all your wishes and goals for the upcoming year.