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The Clockwise Initiative
The first thing I want to share with you is The Homeschool Helper. It’s a variant of The Daily Driver that I’ve shared and I’ll be using this with my own kids going forward to see how they can do the things that we – both my kids and my wife and I – need and want to do in the days to come.
A few housekeeping notes about The Homeschool Helper:
- Like The Daily Driver, It is not designed as a fillable PDF. It is meant to be printed off and used as an analog tool. I’ve written a lot about the power of paper but I think this piece I penned for The Globe and Mail spells out why I use paper tools a lot.
- I’m going to be putting together an email explainer series as well as a series of videos on how to make the best use of The Homeschool Helper. In the meantime, you can watch this video overview of The Daily Driver to get you started since this is a variant of that daily planning sheet.
- There’s much more to The Clockwise Initiative that I’m working on. Because you’ve visited this page you’ll get updates on this new project as they develop. I’d say those will happen on a biweekly basis at this point. (I’ll also be sure not to send updates on weekends, which is when my ATTN: weekly email arrives.)
- If you have any feedback, ideas, insights, or questions about The Clockwise Initiative then I’d love to hear from you. Email me directly at askmike at productivityist dot com and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.
Thanks for checking out this brand new initiative. It’s been something I’ve wanted to work on for the past few years and I’m happy that I’m working to bring it to life. I believe it’s something that’s sorely needed, now more than ever.