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The words ‘planning and organising’ are often used interchangeably, but there’s actually a key difference between them.
Planning is Step 1 of any project: it’s where you break down the project ahead and decide on a strategy for how to get things done.
Organising is Step 2: where you act on that plan and manage your workload in the most effective way possible.
Let’s consider how planning and organisation will make your life and work easier in the video below.
Benefits of effective planning and organisation:
You're able to get things done quicker, and blitz ⚡️ through the task instead of stopping all the time to figure out your next move. For example, having an essay-plan and your research done means you can pull the writing together in no time!
Boost your motivation by breaking down huge projects into smaller, more achievable targets – then you can celebrate every time you reach a goal post 🙌
Make more time for what matters to you 🌻
Expose and account for the blind spots 👀 in your project before they become an issue
Boost your creativity, by providing a safe place and time dedicated to imagining possibilities and asking ‘what-if’ questions 🌈
Bring yourself peace of mind 😌, knowing that you’re in control of your time, rather than your time being in control of you.