Template: Daily Reporting v1.02

Everyday, I fill out this report to plan my day and to see how my day went. This helps me:

  • Visualize the progress I’m making so I can feel good
  • Realize my mistakes on paper so I can find patterns, in order to…
  • Find solutions to whatever I’m facing

The process normally begins before I go to sleep the night before. I come up with my priorities based on my previous report.

When I wake up, I fill out on the new day’s document my projects/priorities/to-do’s/appointments.

At the end of the day, reflection questions are answered + I come up with a clever way to describe my day’s theme.

Rinse and repeat.

Document title: 2018-01-10 {My Day’s Theme}

My Day’s Theme: Describing the major focus of my day overall. Filled out after rest of report is complete.

Date: 2018-01-10.

Project 1: Whatever major thing I’m working on to make my life easier or better.

Project 2: Same as Proj 1.

Most important outcomes today? Relates to the projects above. I normally pick out two priorities the night before.

  1. Item one.
  2. Item two.
  3. Item three.
Other to-do’s/appointments? Helps make sure I don’t miss other obligations, but distinct from the outcomes that will drive my life forward.

  1. Item one.
  2. Item two.
  3. Item three.

Evening reflection questions… This is where I think about how my day went, with the focus on changing the way I see my day. If you find yourself stressed, unhappy, or depressed, this section should play an important role to you somehow.

  1. What have I given today?
  2. What did I learn today?
  3. How has today added to the quality of my life (or) how can I use today as an investment in my future?
  4. What am I happy about in my life right now?
  5. What am I excited about in my life right now?
  6. What am I proud about in my life right now?
  7. What am I grateful about in my life right now?
  8. What am I enjoying about in my life right now?
  9. What am I committed to in my life right now?
  10. Who do I love? Who loves me?
What did I do well? Sometimes, you have to pat yourself on the back. Reinforces good behavior/habits.

  1. Item one.
  2. Item two.
  3. Item three.
What could I do better? Helps you focus on the few things that needs improvement.

  1. Item one.
  2. Item two.
  3. Item three.

Journal log:

Where I toss my random thoughts. Every morning, I have a “morning think” session where I figure out solutions to problems I’m having. I would type it out here, then copy-paste my morning think into its dedicated document as part of an ongoing insight database for myself. I also occasionally entertain absurd ideas here for laughs/flexing my creativity muscle.