2019 Powersheets are Here!

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Written by Dana Felderhoff
October 24, 2018

Dana is the owner and lead designer at Felderhoff & Co. She lives in Fort Worth, TX with her husband, Jake.

I can’t believe it’s already that time of year again...Powersheets Launch Day! It’s like Christmas for those of us who love planning, color-coordination, and organization. If you were to ask me what tool I think has had the biggest impact on the growth and success of my business, the answer would be the One Year Powersheets workbook.

What are Powersheets?

Powersheets are my favorite system for setting and achieving my big picture goals for both my business and personal life. The one-year workbook contains a prep section that guides me through the process of uncovering intentional and purposeful goals, followed by monthly sections that emphasize little by little progress and keep me on track. Powersheets help me to organize and prioritize my goals, and focus on what matters most!

What’s New This Year?
  • Four cover options for the one year dated workbook
  • Reinforced tabs
  • Yearly Goal Planning pages
  • Simplified page design
  • Updated Action Plan pages

Powersheets have helped me uncover good goals and actually do something about them. Through the use of daily, weekly, and monthly task tracking on the tending list, I’ve watched little by little progress add up and it makes my type A brain so happy. I use my Powersheets for both business and personal use (dual purpose achieved through some solid color-coding), but you can also use them for one or the other.

The bottom line: Powersheets help you uncover purpose-filled goals and plan action steps to make what matters happen. They are perfect for anyone—moms, students, creatives, entrepreneurs—who needs a grace-filled system that works!

DISCLOSURE: This blog post contains affiliate links. The opinions expressed here are my own, and I only link to products I use and love! By using the links in this post, Felderhoff & Co will receive a small percentage of your purchase at no additional cost to you.

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Affiliate Disclosure: The Felderhoff & Co blog contains affiliate links. The opinions expressed here are our own, we only link to products we use and love!