TBI Recovery Tool – The best I’ve Found Yet

 

 

 

 

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Earlier this year I stumbled across the very best TBI Recovery Tool I’ve come across yet!

The Passion Planner had a Pin on Pinterest that described the way it worked.  They’d used an analogy I could WELL relate to!  The reader was to imagine being on a long roadie to a distant destination.  Part way there the horror arises of having forgotten to bring the road map.  This is an easily recognisable situation to me – forgetting important tools…  No worries, the general direction is known – how hard can it be??

The text explaining the Planner aligns so well with my predicament, maybe this would be a TBI Recovery Tool which could aide me in my quest.  This is the journey I am trying to stick to in order to achieve more.  I have loads of things I want to do – but very little mental discipline to stick to the job at hand.

Why Planning Works paragraph

…The picture was too blurry to read so I copied out the story…

Well, in the story – things come up that are worth checking out,  a turn off here, a turn off there, seeing the sights…  Time rolls on, the vacation period draws to an end and the destination was never reached.

Distractions!  The story of my life!

Now I am not a particularly ‘passionate’ person, so I prefer to refer to it as my ‘Intentions Planner’.  I am full of good intentions!

It has diagrams explaining how to best use the layout in the Planner.  I  found a link to http://www.passionplanner.com/what-is-it/ .  The user has coloured the different aspects of life and that appeals greatly!

This strategy is a very simple one!  It makes perfect sense, and the only way to fail – is to be too undisciplined to use the procedure!

Someone told me that they used the Passion Planner one year, loved it, but used another planner the following year.  The different planner simply did not compare, so she has gone back to Passion Planner.

I have several road maps drawn up.  The latest is the map re Battling Giants.  The Passion Planner has lined pages as well as squared pages for use too.  I have a separate book for road maps.  I realize NOW how convenient it would have been to make maps in the planner…  Hindsight!!  How perfect is hindsight?!?!

I highly recommend the Passion Planner to anybody who struggles to achieve enough.  Whether scheduling, fitting everything into a day is the problem.  Maybe like me, focussing on the Job At Hand impedes your progress.  Perhaps being simply overwhelmed by too much to do – so nothing gets started is your problem.  Grab a Passion Planner!  Learn the simple procedure to make a decent road map!  And see how my TBI Recovery Tool – the best I’ve found yet can help you too!!

I can’t believe the amount of time I have wasted sitting in an overwhelmed state of anxiety, wondering ‘What now?!?’! Image result for images of emoticons and smileys

 

First thing in the morning, with a fresh cup of coffee, planning occurs!  The felt pens live in a jar on the table with the planner and my map book. Image result for images of emoticons and smileys

 

 

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