Milan, Italy, September 21, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Now, there’s an exciting new way to reach business goals, thanks to Design Your Business in 365 Days, a comprehensive daily planner that’s just been launched by Italian planner experts Design in 365 Days. The book works as a diary, a planner, and a guide, to give users the daily coaching, inspiration and hands-on advice and practical exercises needed to help realize business goals and take them from dream to reality. Design Your Business in 365 Days gives users the tools to fulfil their professional ambitions while tracking progress and giving invaluable advice along the way.
Whether users are looking for guidance for setting up their own start-up, want to excel in their existing role, or just want a daily dose of targeted business advice, Design Your Business Goal in 365 Days takes readers through the details they need to consider, with clear step-by-step explanations and useful pointers. Each of the 52 weeks in the year is dedicated to a specific business topic, and the planner is flexible so users can start whenever they want and continue for 365 days – users simply write the date at the top of the first page when they want to begin.
The planner is 100% made in Italy, produced with great care and
attention to every detail, and comes in two size options: regular or pocket-sized. It consists of over 500 pages of high grade rainforest friendly paper, and the luxurious covers come in two color options. It’s handcrafted and bound with special binding so it lies flat, no matter what.
“When creating Design Your Business in 365 Days, our aim was to create a tool built on knowledge, that would increase productivity, and encourage goal-setting and accomplishment. We thought about what we would have found useful when we were starting out – what do we wish we’d have known? What would have helped us? What would have inspired us? The result is an aesthetically pleasing and highly effective planner that keeps you focused, inspired, and on track to help you fulfil your business dreams,” says founder Cristina Marsan.