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Using Your Franklin Covey Planner

By David Maslow

I am often asked how I stay on task so well and do what needs to be done. I have to credit it all to the Franklin Covey Day Planner. This has helped me stay on task and do what needs to be done, when it needs to be done. I would suggest to everyone that if they are serious and committed to staying on task every day, then you must have a great day planner with you at all times.

Now that you know priorities are just a part of life and must be accomplished, we can talk about a few different ways that a day planner will help improve your daily life.

The main ones that I enjoy using the day planner for are:
I can remember to do today what I forgot to do yesterday. I can have a place to come back to when life gets crazy and out of focus that will give me a solid ground to start from. If I receive information that needs to be filed away, but I don’t know where to file it, I just make a note and stick it in the day planner. I can keep my schedule in front of me at all times.

Some other great benefits of a day planner are:
It allows me to remember my friends birthdays and other important days so I don’t forget. I can write down and organize information that is in my head that needs to be brought out. I look and appear organized if I ever had to go on a job interview. It is a great place to track your expenses and keep you from overspending.

These are just a few reasons that you can use the day planner to help make your life better and more organized. Please use these and come up with your own to get you on track.

David Maslow has many interests that include franklin covey day planners, as well as fiction book publishers. Check out his sites at: Franklin Covey Planners and Fiction Book Publishers.

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Maslow, David "Using Your Franklin Covey Planner." Using Your Franklin Covey Planner. 24 Jun. 2010. 4 Aug 2014 <>.

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Maslow, D (2010, June 24). Using Your Franklin Covey Planner. Retrieved August 4, 2014, from

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Maslow, David "Using Your Franklin Covey Planner"

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