I’m not sure if any of you who read my blog have your own Instagram account, Facebook page, blog or other social media? There aren’t many goal planning / Influencer / entrepreneur planners but one that I’ve found is the ‘Bossing It’ Planner from PaperChase.
- Planner Size: 6″ wide x 8.5″ high
- Business planning pages:
- My top 5 rules page
- Big ideas pages
- Who are my key customers?
- Business values mind map
- Brand plannning
- Chosing a name
- SWOT analysis
- Skill identification
- Business goals
- Month by month goals breakdown with steps planning
- Weekly goal planning (1 page checklist format) – identify the big things and the small things
- Undated – start planning anytime
- Minimalist black, blue & white color scheme
- Contacts page
- Logins and passwords page
- Built in ribbon bookmark
Price: 10 Pounds
Let’s take a closer look!
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The cover is sturdy hardcover. The planner itself is quite thin (only about 1cm thick) and lightweight.
The planner starts with some overview pages to help you figure out your goal/s.
And then it narrows down into some specific worksheets.
There are quite a few worksheets (your skills, brand personality, SWOT analysis, vision statement and notes / list pages), here’s a sample of a few:
The next section is the monthly spread which you’ll notice is not a traditional 2 page calendar. Instead it’s in list / project worksheet format
At the back of the planner are the weekly spreads which are just 1 page per week with sections for goals, to do and notes.
I think this planner would be a good companion to another planner you’re already using, if you like organizing your life using an app, or for pre-planning the week.
The paper.. isn’t that great. There was light ghosting for all pens.
Pros of the PaperChase Blessing It Planner
- Portable size
- Hardcover for sturdiness without the weight
- Page layouts of the business planning are more creative and aesthetically pleasing than most business planners
- Pages lay flat without having to hold them open
Cons of the PaperChase Blessing It Planner
- The weekly task space is small
- 1 page weekly planner
- I don’t mind that it’s undated but this may be a con for some people
- Paper prone to ghosting
Would I use this planner?
On weeks where I don’t have much planned, the 1 page weekly spread would be ideal.
If you needed a second planner to separate work and personal, or are starting a side hustle this planner could be a good option.
I also found this planner at Paperchase (Horizontal + notes – my favorite weekly layout!)
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