Undated 6 Month Diary/Planner: Unique: The Ultimate Planner For Creative Professionals
:The last thing creative professionals need are limits. That's why using productivity notebooks with too many pre-designed templates is frustrating. We don't need daily affirmations, motivation trackers, or rewards. We simply want the freedom to create. That's why the Unique...
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:The last thing creative professionals need are limits. That's why using productivity notebooks with too many pre-designed templates is frustrating. We don't need daily affirmations, motivation trackers, or rewards. We simply want the freedom to create. That's why the Unique Ultimate Planner for Creative Professionals is different.
Our templates are simple: Daily Priorities, a Key Task List, a Daily Calendar Brief, and plenty of space for creative notes and wide open thinking.
Why waste pages on monthly or weekly calendars when most of us share online calendars with our team? In a time when most creative professionals are working with online productivity tools and apps for team communication, the Unique Creative Planner is a key tool that brings today's priorities, tasks, and events together so your creative thinking can be released.
If you're tired of wasting your day filling in mindless reports, meaningless templates, and information you'll never look at again, the Unique Creative Planner is for you. Because creativity can't be forced, it can only be unleashed.
Finally, a notebook that works for you instead of adding to your work.
According to CNN's Paula Zahn, filmmaker and media activist Phil Cooke is rare - he's a working producer in Hollywood with a Ph.D. in Theology. His blog at philcooke.com is considered one of the most insightful resources on the web on issues of faith, culture, and media. Through his company, Cooke Pictures, based in Santa Monica, California, Phil advises many of the largest and most effective non-profit and faith-based media organizations in the world, and speaks at workshops, seminars, and conferences on a global basis.His online blog at philcooke.com features insight into issues of media and faith, and his upcoming book: Branding Faith: Why Some Churches and Non-Profits Impact the Culture and Others Don't will change the way non-profit and religious organizations use the media to tell their story. His consulting clients have included Joel Osteen, Joyce Meyer, Ed Young, Jr., Jack Graham, Billy Graham, Robert Schuller, and many humanitarian and non-profit organizations globally.