In this course you get a complete system for planning your life.
This course is based off a best selling course, the original Mastering Planning, which has been a front page featured course in the Productivity section of Udemy.
Here are the improvements over the first version:
1. The course includes 9 downloadable templates for implementing the system in a purely digital system. The previous version was based on hand-written templates that you had to print out.
2. The drawings have been re-done and significantly improved in detail and color. The previous version had only hand-drawn papers which were not downloadable and the handwriting was hard to read.
3. There are several new templates/sub-systems that were not included in the previous version. These include the process, project and task management systems.
4. You get access to the complete life organization taxonomy (213 sub folders [aka sub-categories) within the "Big 4" System of Professional, Personal, Relationship and Health life sections) for FREE. This previously required buying my separate Mastering Organization course. I decided to include this to improve integration of the systems.
5. You get access to the Routines manager and Weekly planning digital templates, which were previously sold separately as a course. These didn't exist in the first version.
6. You get access to shared "Google Calendar"-calendars (also properly color coded) that you can copy and instantly use to structure your planning without recreating everything in the course from scratch. This didn't exist in version 1.0.
7. I cut a lot of fluff out of the course. This includes the theoretical stuff I spent too much time one relating to the innovative aspect of this system which is based off theory from the field of Artificial Intelligence on the computational complexity of planning problems. If you are interested in the theoretical innovations and basis of this system, you can see it in the first version which you be able to get access to via a link from this course, even if I take it offline at some point. I aimed to take the previous 12 hour course and bring it down to 2-3 hours.
The overarching idea is that you plan at multiple levels and keep track of all tasks, projects and processes in a single system so that nothing falls through the cracks. You review these portfolios of tasks, projects and processes at regular intervals so that all those things you want to do "someday" actually get reviewed at weekly, monthly, quarterly etc levels so you can remind yourself that you might want to do them.
You will be able to ask me questions about the system and how to implement it in the course.