In this post, I do a walk-through of a project planning layout for your DIY Planner or Bullet Journal.
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Project Planning Layouts in this video / blog post
- The first layout is a worksheet to get clear on what the project is and what the tasks might be. You can then identify each task to fit in one of 6 customized categories
- The second layout provides structure to arrange the tasks by group / category
- If your brain likes to be able to plot things in time, the third layout provides two different timelines options for plotting tasks.
Some key considerations about these layouts
- The way I see use of this layout is that it is created at the time you need them in blank pages at the back of your planner.
- These layouts are not based on pure project management principles
- They do not include or consider dependencies
- This layout is intentionally simple and high-level
- These layouts provide structure so if structured layouts feel supportive to your process you might consider giving it a go.
What is a project?
Items used in this video
- XL Moleskine Notebook (squared/grid) 7.5 x 9.5
- Morefone Calligraphy Pens (No bleed)
- Zebra M301 7mm Mechanical Pencil
- Crayola Super Tips Marker Set Washable
- Phone Ring Light Overhead Mount
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