Full Focus Planner from Michael Hyatt: discount

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08/08/2017 by Chris Green

I’m a big fan of Michael Hyatt, and I am loving using his new Full Focus Planner.  This link gives you a 15% discount – I think it’s the best productivity tool I’ve seen in a very long while.

If you want to know what it’s so good, have a look here.  OK, for those of us outside the US it’s a bit cheesy, but I’ve been using a beta version of it and I have to say I am really seeing enhanced clarity through it.

I’ll be posting a review in a few weeks time.

2 thoughts on “Full Focus Planner from Michael Hyatt: discount

  1. ateamjapan says:

    I also enjoy Michael Hyatt. I’m going through his old podcasts when I’m in the car on my own, which are usually informative and inspiring. I also read his book last year, ‘Living Forward’ which I also found very helpful.
    I look forward to hearing your review.

    • Chris Green says:

      Thanks, Bug – I’ve found his podcasts consistently helpful, and when I first set up the blog I did it using his book ‘Platform’ as the template. The one difference is that I do this on the cheap rather than as a revenue earner, which is why it doesn’t look as whizzy!

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