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Day Optimizer is the secret planning tool used by successful ADHD entrepreneurs to keep them organized, focused, and tame interruptions.
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To effectively plan your day, you need to include everything that takes up time in your day:
Too often people forget about the last one: lunch, exercise, meditation, daily devotion, breaks—these all take up time in your day.
The result: you think you have far more time in your day than you actually do and you overbook your day.
Day Optimizer prompts you each day to explicitly include in your plan appointments imported from your calendar, activities you do regularly and both in-progress and new tasks.
The result: you account for all of your time and create more realistic daily plans.
Too many planning systems require you to answer too many questions at once:
Day Optimizer breaks these into 3 different steps:
Decide explicitly what you plan to do today & commit to only those things to stay focused.
Allocate how much time you want to spend on each item, to make progress or complete it.
Create a schedule to keep you on track and see your available time to prioritize effectively.
Each of these steps require a different way of thinking, which can be muddled if you try to do them simultaneously.
By focusing on only one question at a time, Day Optimizer helps you avoid overwhelm and distraction while planning.
And by allocating time to each commitment before you schedule, you avoid the tendency to cheat yourself by underallocating time to tasks in a vain attempt to get more done.
A common planning problem is not allocating enough time to preparation and wrap-up. The problem is particularly acute with appointments on your calendar.
With Day Optimizer, you can keep your appointment on your calendar, but allocate more time in your daily schedule to account for preparation and wrap-up time like travel, reviewing notes and writing down action items.
The result: more realistic planning of your day to account for the time required for each commitment.
A schedule is a roadmap for your day, helping you to see when you get off track so you can correct your course.
But not every day goes to plan.
That’s why Day Optimizer shows you where you are within your day so you can make the trade-off decisions to get the right stuff done.
The height of each commitment indicates how much time it takes. As time passes, the times on the right-hand side are greyed out, so you’ll always know where you are in your day.
As you check things off, the time projections at the top of the schedule will always tell you how much remaining effort you have in your day and when you’ll end your day if you attempt to get it all done.
Finally, to help you regain control of your time, you can mark items as Skip Today to remove them from consideration for the rest of your day, helping you to stay focused on the items that matter most.
Day Optimizer is not just a day planning app, it’s an entire methodology that will transform how you plan your day. To help you get started, we are offering free one-on-one coaching sessions.
During the session, we’ll work with you to identify the best way to implement the Day Optimizer system for your current time management challenges and teach you how to start using Day Optimizer to regain control of your time.
Schedule a session today using the calendar widget below or open the scheduling page in a new tab.