You are a Questioner +
You need a Weekly Planner like the Brilliant Life Planner
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So what does it mean to be a Questioner who needs a Weekly Planner?
A Questioner is someone who meets their own inner expectations, but questions all outer expectations. As a questioner, you need to make sure something makes sense before you will do it.
As a questioner you might be…
Stuck in analysis paralysis - because your natural tendency is to question everything, you tend to get stuck in the cycle of seeking out information, questioning the information, seeking out more information, and questioning that information. It leaves you overwhelmed and feeling like you’re even less informed than before.
A perfectionist - you are at your best when you can make decisions with all of the necessary information in your arsenal. You feel a lot of dissonance and are very uncomfortable when you are forced to make a decision without feeling like you have enough information to justify the decision.
you need a Weekly planner because…
You work best and get the most done when you have all the information laid out in black and white in front of you. A weekly planner will give you the bird’s eye view you need to make well informed decisions all week long.
Why the Brilliant Life Planner is a good fit for you:
As a Questioner, you work best when you have all the information at hand. In the Brilliant Life Planner, there is a weekly dashboard to help you see the top-level tasks for the week outside of your schedule so you can make informed decisions at-a-glance.
top three lists
You are only going to do something if you’ve decided it makes sense for you. Having a place for your top three Appointments, Meetings, people to Contact, and to Encourage each week serves a dual purpose for you. On one hand, it’s helping you focus on the most important things. And on the other, it’s a built-in system to keep you moving over staying stuck.
vertical, hourly layout
Raise your hand if you’ve ever been personally victimized by analysis-paralysis. As a questioner, you are SO not alone. The way the Brilliant Life Planner is laid out, in vertical columns with hourly time blocks, is perfect for a Questioner like you. Deadlines are one of the best ways to force you out of analysis-paralysis and the time blocks allow you to clearly define those deadlines for yourself.