Start Your 14-Day Free Trial

Schedule your 1-on-1 onboarding call today

To get started, select a day on the calendar to the right, then select a time to schedule your call. 

Day Optimizer introduces new concepts and a new workflow for planning your day.

During the onboarding call, you’ll learn about these concepts, register with Day Optimizer and get help building your first schedule to maximize your chances of success.

Your 14-day trial won’t start until your onboarding call is completed, so you’ll have plenty of time to try Day Optimizer out.

$20 per month or $200 per year. If you use it to plan your weekdays, it comes out to about $1 per day.

At the end of your 14-day trial, you’ll be given the option of continuing on either a monthly or an annual plan.

Changing your relationship to time management doesn’t happen overnight.

It takes a week or two to fully adapt to the process Day Optimizer uses for planning your day, but you should start seeing results in the first 2-3 days.

The techniques that Day Optimizer uses to help you plan and execute your day don’t work for everyone—no productivity technique does.

When it works, it can completely transform how you work through your day, making your days more productive, focused and balanced.

Give Day Optimizer a try and see if it works for you. If it doesn’t, simply stop using it and let your trial expire.

Start Your 14-Day Free Trial

Schedule your 1-on-1 onboarding call today

To get started, select a day on the calendar below, then select a time to schedule your call.

Day Optimizer introduces new concepts and a new workflow for planning your day.

During the onboarding call, you’ll learn about these concepts, register with Day Optimizer and get help building your first schedule to maximize your chances of success.

Your 14-day trial won’t start until your onboarding call is completed, so you’ll have plenty of time to try Day Optimizer out.

$20 per month or $200 per year. If you use it to plan your weekdays, it comes out to about $1 per day.

At the end of your 14-day trial, you’ll be given the option of continuing on either a monthly or an annual plan.

Changing your relationship to time management doesn’t happen overnight.

It takes a week or two to fully adapt to the process Day Optimizer uses for planning your day, but you should start seeing results in the first 2-3 days.

The techniques that Day Optimizer uses to help you plan and execute your day don’t work for everyone—no productivity technique does.

When it works, it can completely transform how you work through your day, making your days more productive, focused and balanced.

Give Day Optimizer a try and see if it works for you. If it doesn’t, simply stop using it and let your trial expire.