The emergent task planner

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Photo credit: davidseah.com

I don’t know about you, but I love productivity hacks.

One of my favourite bloggers on this topic is David Seah, and as well as offering great insight via his blog, he also shares some beautifully designed templates and forms for helping to manage personal productivity.

One of his best is the emergent task planner. An A4 template that you use everyday to list the tasks you must complete that day, block out the time needed to do them, but also list those jobs that crop up during the day. It helps you juggle all these competing priorities and stay sane in the process.

You can download the emergent task planner as a PDF and print out a few to help you get started. There’s even some notes and guidance on how to best make use of it.

Do you have any favourite productivity hacks like this? Share them below in the comments!

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Dave Briggs

I'm an experienced senior manager in digital and ICT, looking for interim engagements to modernise technology teams to help organisations transform.