You’ve got big, impactful ideas, and you love working out strategies to achieve them. Creativity and organizational energy pulse inside of you, motivating you to design beautiful new ways to make good things happen. While your world swirls with people, pressures, and problems, you can imagine systems that would calm the chaos and make a positive impact. You weave together intuition and data, desiring to bring your daily efforts in alignment with both your core values and proven processes. Time is precious, and you aim to invest yours with tactical conviction.

What you need in a planner:

You need a hub that welcomes all of your strategies and dreams into a single treasure trove of inspiration. Your mind is a deep, rich, and prolific place. In order to optimize your efforts, it is crucial that your plans form a bridge between your current lived reality and what you know the future can be. The Evergreen Planner provides plenty of flex space for brainstorming and strategizing right within the context of your daily, weekly, and monthly agendas. Systematically working through the demands of your daily life will help you identify opportunities to uplevel.

How to accelerate personal growth with your planner:

It’s easy (and important) for you to pour dozens of hours into musing, researching, strategizing, and vision-casting about the future. But you’ll really begin to make the progress you desire once you can tenaciously give your energies to solving the problems closest to home.

Daily use of the Evergreen Planner can cultivate vital leadership habits such as engaging with the immediate needs of the people in your care and influence, identifying gaps in your current processes, and organizing solid follow-through on each of your present commitments and responsibilities. The “top three targets” and “seasonal goals” sections on every daily page will serve as a daily reminder to simply focus on taking consistent action so that you will see the results you so vividly imagine.

How to leverage your strengths with your planner:

The pages opposite of every month calendar in the Annual is an incredible place to chart your quarterly goals, with each reverse-engineered into phases and tasks. With your fleshed-out goals sitting opposite of your month calendar, you can see how your objectives interact with your existing commitments and plans. Likewise, the flex space opposite of every week grid in the Monthly booklets is perfect for listing the next-right-step tasks for each of your goals, giving you insight into how your ambitions can be woven into your current lived reality.

All of this is data that you can analyze, shuffle around, and restructure in creative ways. The “timeblocker”—a popular tool we installed on every daily page—can be used to track your daily rhythms, identify recurrences and anchor-points, and carve out viable blocks of time in your schedule for making serious progress on your most important dreams.

Other Personality Traits

If certain questions are a little difficult because you resonate with multiple answers, then you’re picking up on secondary personality traits. If you longingly admired aspects of a different answer than the one you had to honestly give, you’re putting a finger on latent areas of your personality that you’d like to cultivate. 

Here at Evergreen Planner, we don’t believe in putting anyone in a personality box. Exploring and developing new passions and skills is an open door for anyone, and we appreciate the complexities and unique value that every individual brings to the table. If your divergent approach yields progress and integrity, it should be celebrated!

Here’s a list of alternative personality results for you to investigate. Each one highlights the dynamic ways the Evergreen Planner System can be leveraged by different personalities to get focused on what’s important and maximize positive impact. 

Or you can go back to the quiz.

P.S. Inspiration for these personality categories came from the empirical research documented in The Synergist, an awesome book on team dynamics authored by success consultant Les McKeown.