This tool is designed to help a business owner track important things that they want to accomplish in specific areas of life. You can use it on dead trees (paper) or electronically. It’s sized for a full size sheet of paper.
This is a full size weekly planner. It has no real bells or whistles to it but sometimes a simple planner is what we need most! Feel free to add it to your collection of documents you use daily or weekly to plan your business or life or both! It is mobile friendly but even better it can be used in a paper format and scribbled on! As a planner myself I keep tons of lists and scribble on paper all the time. Once I’m done with the paper however, I transfer the gems of ideas to electronic formats to help me schedule things out.
I generally use this format times two. One for personal items and another for business planning or project planning. I get an overview of what I have to do and when I want to achieve it. This template gives a nice overview. I’ll add more of my tools shortly.
This is a shopping comparison tools I built for shared shopping trips and price comparison between stores. You can change the name of the stores on both sheets but only change or add new items on the Master Sheet including prices. Yes, this is a lot of what my household actually buys and eventually I’ll add some real price data to show it’s true power. Until then you can also download a copy for Excel here or Go to the Public Copy’s Google Sheet here.
To use this tool edit your list on the Master Sheet to reflect what you purchase at various stores. On the shopping sheet indicate how many of which items are on your current list. The sheet will keep a running tally so that you can estimate your budget more accurately. This should be user friendly on both tablets and phones especially the Google Sheets version. You can save a copy to your personal account and share with family members for real time shopping updates.