Access the THC Growth Planner as a Google Doc

Resolutions are not fun!

All of us have an avalanche of stuff to get through every day. Just getting through a typical day with its demands is hard enough, without having an ambitious list of goals to live up to.

On the other hand, not pausing to reflect can mean that half the year’s over before you raise your head and discover how fast it’s flown by. We hope to address these contradictions with the THC Growth Planner.

We created a simple Google Doc that you can download and start working on right
away, without any fuss. It’s not pretty, but it’s very efficient.
Remember you don’t need to ask for access. Just go to File in the Menu and hit Download in the Menu to download the editable to your computer.

You should modify the pre-populated attributes that don’t work for you. Even the
divide between personal and professional goals can seem artificial to some. One of
our team members just combined the tables into one ‘Life Planner’. While it’s a good
idea to complete the planner in one or two sittings, it is meant to be a dynamic
document that you update the whole year. The objective is to start being mindful of
the goals you want to accomplish and the best route to do so.

Thinking about personal and professional growth is not a once-in-a-year exercise.
Use the THC Growth Planner to record your progress and revisit your goals.

How We Did It

Most productivity planning frameworks are about how to get things done efficiently.
We couldn’t find too many that helped you focus on what you should be thinking
about, particularly as a creative professional or entrepreneur. We distilled our
takeaways from multiple conversations into a framework for personal and
professional goals. We’re calling this the THC Growth Planner and we hope to refine
it with your inputs.

Do try it and send us your feedback at community@thehardcopy.co We’d love to hear from

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