A Proven Tool that will help you Win The Week
Highly productive people tackle the right tasks at the right time.
They know that ticking through a stack of low-priority tasks won’t achieve goals or maximize productivity. It’s why they optimize their days for maximum output.
The Weekly Action Pad helps you do the same by turning your to-do list into a to-DONE list. Say goodbye to busy weeks that don’t move the needle!
This one-page success tool helps you win the week by prioritizing, organizing, and strategizing your workload into a format that’s easy to implement.
With the Weekly Action Pad in your productivity toolbox, you can make more time for you. Use this tool to plan your week in advance to get out of the weeds, stop squandering time, and stay on top of your to-dos and commitments.
Never miss a deadline again
With due dates mapped out, it’s easier to complete the right tasks at the right time and avoid a last-minute panic.
Makes daily planning easy
With your Weekly Action Pad to remind you of tasks and due dates, it’s easier than ever to fit everything into your schedule and win the week.
Lasts an entire year
52 week. 52 7”x11.75” sheets. Printed on acid-free, 100 gsm, fountain pen friendly, white ivory paper.
Optimize your week
Use it to prioritize tasks, guide your decision-making, and schedule your week for optimum performance.
An external brain and visual aid
When you capture weekly tasks on paper, you free up bandwidth, stop relying on memory, and perform at your best.
Your One-Page Success Tool
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
The planner is supported well with written and on-line instruction. I liked that their website has a PDF of the planner so you can start before your planner arrives. The size works well and the book mark straps help mark where your goals, daily planner, and weekly planner are located. Only had it for about a week but is helping me integrate my goals with my daily activities.
The Weekly Action Pad is a great brainstorming tool -- a place to just empty your brain by listing all the things you have to do each week. I use mine for my weekly planning session. This way, you can prioritize your work in your action plan then transfer your to-do's to your Self Journal each day or week. I find this to be a very helpful, useful tool. Using it as a planning tool helps you gather a snapshot of your work for the week, then keeps you on track to complete your tasks during the week.
- energy level
- check marks
- area blank
I especially like the new format, which gives room for ideas etc. Love using it!
I'm using my Weekly Action Pad as we speak! It's been so helpful to have one place to house all of my weekly to do's. And I particularly have found a lot of value in the time estimate column. It makes the week seem more approachable when you look at it through this lens. Thank you!
I think this system is great, especially including the estimated time and energy level. The one thing I would change is having the faded check marks on each line - it makes it rather confusing to look at. It would be easier to have that area blank so it is obvious which tasks need completing.
As someone who loves making lists, I have found the simple design to be very easy and clean. I can brain dump tasks onto the list and keep everything organized in one place.
I bought the Weekly Action Pad for my husband, who, more now than ever, seems to be running around in different directions with his job and putting out fires. Working from home, it's been hard to ignore his completely disheveled desk (although he is very focused and task oriented). He's switched from jotting down his tasks on various pieces of scrap paper and emailing himself notes to using this pad, prioritizing his must-do's and can-wait's. It's still early, but it has made a difference in his approach with workflow (not to mention clearing up his space a bit).