One Thing for Your Well-being, Career Efficacy & Executive Presence

Two years ago on a cold December day I felt stressed and overwhelmed so I made a commitment to do something about it, not unlike what many people do as the New Year approaches. I ordered a very expensive and really pretty planner. (Since when did planners start costing $85?) About a week into it I found myself writing mindful daily practices in the margins to hold myself accountable. Three weeks later I was writing my daily goals in the margins too. Four weeks later I was recreating the entire page, ignoring what was on it.

Five weeks into it I tried another planner. Two weeks into using that one I was now writing in the margins again – my gratitude thoughts, how I was feeling – daily practices that help release the negativity we often don’t spend time processing and then can’t let go of. (Dreadful feeling.) I already had a calendar for my to-do list and appointments. I needed a planner for my well-being and big goals. 

Over two months I ordered six different planners trying to find one that was centered on confidence, connection and calm yet didn’t dread filling out because it took too long or was boring. I finally decided to create my own. I put everything in it I had realized through my years of research on other planners. I fell in love with the answerability, results and ease of my week-at-a-glance planning sheet named Flow on the Go. Finally, I could sustain mindful daily practices, goals, and executive presence in 5 minutes a day. I took it with me on trips – everywhere. I gave it to my clients who for a year have been asking me to put it in a book format so they can reflect on their progress over time. When something isn’t working they go to their Flow Sheet and can see how their mindset and routines relate to their progress. The check lists reinforce their success. (Achievers don’t like having to ‘X’ that they didn't do something in their plan 😊.) 

Last year I started turning this planning sheet into a book. I’m so excited to announce that the first run of the books is finally in! I am releasing this to you first because I know many of you already use the one-sheet version and want you to get the book before they run out. I only have a small run of the books so if you are interested be sure to check it out.  

Not only is this 158-page Flow on the Go Guide in full color with engaging images but I also added sections I give to my clients on setting monthly goals, creating vision, go-to ease practices and much more!  

You already have a calendar. This fun planner is for when you're ready to go from having life happen TO you to creating and enjoying sustainable well-being while hitting your goals in just 5 minutes a day. It’s for when you are ready to trade an accidental career and life for purposeful relationships, peace and results that matter while it still matters. 

Often more planning goes into a summer vacation than a 40-year career or 90-year life. That's not you. 

This fun accountability tool is for busy leaders who want to get off the treadmill to nowhere and uplevel their efficacy and executive presence in just 5 minutes a day. The bonus is better relationships, calm, sleep and overall happiness.  

FREE SHIPPING! Check out the Flow on the Go Guide right now!  

Your coach,

Mary Lee

P.S. Feel free to send this link to someone who could benefit from it. We are all walking down the same road in life.

Mary Lee Gannon, ACC, CAE is an International Coach Federation certified executive coach and 18-year corporate CEO who helps busy executive leaders swap the treadmill to nowhere for a new career, promotion, higher pay, confidence, calm and better connection with the people who matter while it still matters. View testimonials from her career transformation mavens and FREE career tools at




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