This is no surprise: I am a huge fan of Michael Hyatt’s products. They’ve become central to how I organise myself as a pastor. They are undeniably expensive here in the UK (especially when import duties apply as well as shipping), but the planners themselves justify it, I think. At least, I am still using
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When I started out in ministry, running full-pelt, I didn’t a weekly review because I thought it was a luxury. Fill the diary, keep your eyes on the road ahead, drive fast and hard. But it’s the old effectiveness/busyness issue, isn’t it?
LeaderBox is dedicated to getting you reading with focus, and then implementing what you learn. And there have been action points for me out of every book.
If this meeting happens, the week runs so much more smoothly. And I’ve repeatedly learnt to my cost that if it doesn’t happen, I’m so easily derailed.
Review: Michael Hyatt, Full Focus Planner (Updated to the 3rd edition, Sept 2018). Summary – even better.
This third edition has moved even closer to being the near-perfect solution to being calmly productive, and no competitor I have seen comes close to being second.