(last updated on April 29, 2014)
Plan your day as it happens
The Emergent Task Planner (or ETP) is a Daily Planning Sheet that provides several means for visualizing the time you have available so you can get some work done. Unlike other planning sheets which merely block out time and leaves you to hope for the best, the ETP borrows some of the task planning methodology from the Task Progress Tracker to reinforce one idea: it’s hard to get anything done on purpose when there are so many distractions. The ETP provides space for noting down the unexpected.
The 2009 edition is available now in two versions: the old “free” version with the Time Scheduling on the right side, and as a special treat I’m providing a variation of the 2007-2008 Preprinted Edition design.
Download 2009 Emergent Task Planner Printable Forms
- The Standard Emergent Task Planner for color printers
- Black and White Version for monochrome printers and power users
- The previously purchase-only Preprinted Design!
For information about the Emergent Task Planner, the original post describes each design feature in greater detail.
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