staying organized has never been easier

staying organized has never been easier

 Photographers everywhere are raving about The Big Picture Planner and how much it's helping their studios! Britta of Britta Passmann Fotografie shares, "This planner came exactly at the right time. At the beginning of each new year I always have so many goals, desires and dreams. Unfortunately, after a short time things get lost and forgotten. But not this year! This planner is so valuable! I have sorted my thoughts and written down my plans and goals for 2014. It is so important to write things down so that nothing is forgotten. And there's really nothing that has not been thought of: daily and monthly tasks, contacts, workflow, marketing, finance, inspiration, ideas and more! The planner helps me to organize myself and work more effectively. I love that I can adjust the design to my branding and make it "my" planner; and it was particularly important to me that I could edit all the text so that I could translate it into German! And it doesn't matter when you buy the planner; it doesn't have to be at the beginning of the year. Anytime you want you can start fresh and new! I really love that the planner "thinks" for me - on things that I have not thought about before! And last but not least, one of my favorite aspects of my purchase is the private Facebook group. This group is so incredibly motivating and inspiring! The group is worth the price of the planner on its own!"

Thanks for sharing, Britta, it looks great! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~

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