Josh Spilker

1. I like a digital calendar for work events. I want to know what meetings I have & not flip to a paper planner for that

2. I like a paper wall calendar for family events. It serves as a source for our family to know what’s happening (including our kids) w/o a phone

3. I like a paper notepad for random work ideas & a to-do list. I haven’t found a great place to capture this. A legal pad is good.

4. I then transfer that work to-do list into the http://Range.co backlog, or create tasks in Asana, pull them into Range & they live next to my meetings

BTW, I personally reviewed all these paper planners for Friday late last year if you’re looking for options: https://friday.app/p/planners

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Josh Spilker

Josh Spilker

Writer, Marketer, & Content Strategist for startups. Get my content playbook: https://growthcontent.gumroad.com/l/Kfnjy