Do you procrastinate regularly? Do you fantasize about doing things, instead of actually doing them? Are you often frustrated with yourself or others because of constant delays and setbacks in your life’s journey? If so, a mindset planner will help heal your mind while equipping you with tools to utilize in order to achieve more with less effort.
I will admit, I was skeptical of mindset work. I halfheartedly would follow content creators who preached break-throughs and successes they’d found through focusing on mindset and I would roll my eyes thinking they must be lucky, but this planner has changed my mind. The GRADO planner iis filled with everything you could ever want to grow your mindset, get clear on who you truly are and succeed in your career and your personal life, too. It’s a planner that launches you into high gear and sets you up for success!
I’m not exactly sure what prompted me to try it for myself. I think I got tired of being stuck in the same patterns of falling victim to my cirucmstances and standing in my own way. There was always a reason I couldn’t do or have the things I wanted or do the things I said I was going to do. Here’s what I’ve learned: you are what you believe, so believing in the "right" things will change your life. You can't take on success unless you believe that you deserve it and that you're going to get there. And sometimes, it's hard to see past all of the voices telling us that we can't, that we aren't enough, or that there is something wrong with us. This planner is packed full of content to help develop a self-love mindset and remind you constantly how amazing you are.
I have spent my time practicing mindfulness and I have found that in moments of calm, my thoughts can be focused on what is best for me. This planner guide will help you learn to do the same. Visualize your future dreams, but stay grounded in the present and directed towards those dreams all day long. Here are just a few of the benefits of using a mindset planner
Improved planning and productivity:
Do you ever find that the same tasks sit on your to-do list with a little arrow drawing them across from one day to the next? Before I began making writing in my mindset planner a daily practice, I would stay in this cycle of becoming frustrated with myself for not being able to finish seemingly simple tasks from day to day. Now, because I write daily about who I want to be and what I need to do in order to stay in alignment with that person, I find I am much more productive. I am able to link those undesired tasks to the kind of person I want to be, not simply from measuring my worth through productivity and the amount of tasks I am able to complete.
I will admit, I was an avid “planner-collector,” I would see a beautiful planner on the shelf and convince myself that it was the tool I was missing that would help me get my life together. My office is a graveyard of notebooks that are written in for 2-3 weeks and deserted. When I switched to using a mindset planner, I found that my consistency improved dramatically, because I was journaling about being consistent! I used to try and keep all of my planning separate–my work life, my family life, my social life, but now through mindset journaling I understand that it is all connected because it is all a part of me. As a result, my planning became much more consistent–I was excited to map it all out because I knew that everything I was planning was aligned with who I wanted to be.
Using this planner, you'll learn how to take action with clarity. Develop perseverance, manage emotions, and learn to apply wisdom to key issues in your life. This is a guide to living a more profound life--mind, body and spirit. Who do you want to be a year from now? Begin writing as if you are already that person and watch your dreams come to life. Know your true purpose and stay focused on the present.
Improved mental health:
Mental health seems like a hot-button issue right now. I have personally struggled with depression and anxiety both in my recent and not-so-recent past and I am not here in any way to say that mindset journaling is a substitute or a cure for such diagnoses.
However, I am confident that since starting mindset journaling, my mental health has increased significantly. I am noticeably happier and healthier because I begin each day intentionally communicating who I want to be and what I need to do to become that person. There are so many parts to our day that we do without awareness: we cook, we clean, we work and care for our families, how much of our daily life do we really notice? When we start our day with mindfulness, we grant ourselves the opportunity to bring conscious awareness to any moment. Our thoughts become our feelings, which follow us throughout each day.
The Mindset Planner is designed to help you find your mindset and manage your life’s desires, goals and dreams. With each month’s topic exploring emotions, thoughts, and actions that create positive change. This planner will help you visualize future goals while grounded in the present and give you practical tools for perseverance. This is a safe place for you to express your entire range of emotions. It is not a space to only bring your “happy feelings,” but everything you are feeling so that you can process through and train your thoughts and feelings work for you.
Manifesting and improved relationships:
You might be thinking, “I would really like to journal, but I don’t know where to start!” Maybe everything about your life seems fine right now–and that’s great! But, do you have everything you want to have? Have you accomplished each and every dream you’ve thought up? Practicing daily mindfulness can help you to accomplish things you never imagined were possible.
Want to start a business but you’re scared at the prospect of how to begin? Write in your mindset planner like you are already a successful business owner with satisfied clients, a team of hard-working employees and more money than you know what to do with. What would she look like? What would she sound like? What kinds of things would she be doing today?
We all have relationships in our lives that feel impossible to improve. However, placing blame upon others is a guaranteed way to keep ourselves stuck. Which relationships in your life seem to have you stuck in a spiral of resentment or frustration? That is not to excuse poor behavior or to allow ourselves to be treated poorly, but having a daily mindset practice grants clarity about where we need to assert boundaries or where we need to make a change in order to break old patterns. Making changes to our own behavior is not a way to condone unhealthy behaviors in others, but simply raises the vibration and shakes us loose from old, toxic patterns.
You may be thinking, “this all sounds great for you, but I’m still not sure how to get started.”
Once you have your mindset planner,
Write whatever comes to your mind without judgment.
Fully express your goals and dreams and watch them come to life!
That’s really all there is to it! Use this planner as a journal to manifest your life’s purpose, and take focused action. Visualize future goals while fully grounded in the present. Develop perseverance and learn to better manage emotions to send more energy in the direction of your dreams. Understand how body and mind work in union to help you realize your most authentic life’s purpose.
The Mindset Planner is a visual diary of what could be. A diary that helps you achieve your goals and take control of your life’s purpose. It will help you develop perseverance, so that you can manifest your dreams more quickly and easily. An undated planner means you can write in it at anytime and use it as a journal to manifest time efficiency and manage emotions while taking focused action on future goals. Happy journaling!