It’s a truth that architects and interior designers have long known: the shape and features of a space can either enhance or detract from its purpose. The same holds true for your planning sessions. Your planning space should be a place where you can think, meditate, review your goals, and plan your week. You’ll want access to your calendar and other resources, but you’ll also want to limit distractions from your devices and the other people in your home. If you don’t have the space to build a fortress of solitary planning, sometimes finding the right time of day for your planning session can work just as well. You can make an early morning game plan before everyone else wakes up, or a night-time review after the kids go to bed.
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