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The Fractal Planner Is Now Available

The Fractal Planner Is Now Available
If you’d like to:

  • increase your productivity
  • decrease your stress
  • restore your sense of flow any time you need to
  • work with the wind at your back (and sunshine on your shoulder)

Get your Fractal Planner account today!

Watch the video (it will teach you some important productivity principles not taught anywhere else), and then start with your own Fractal Planner account so you can start working with more productivity and less stress from this day forward.


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  1. Posted April 7, 2011 at 1:40 pm | Permalink

    Man oh man oh man. Seriously, this planner? It relieved me just to hear that I’m not broken, I’m not losing it, or any such thing — I’m just dealing with many HUGE projects all at once. And interestingly enough, I just started reading Effective Executive by Peter Drucker, and wanted to come up with a system to track what I call my Enterprises and my Endeavors, focusing on the ONE main task for each that will move it forward, and only TWO Enterprises at any one time. (I think I’m going to fail at that one.)

    All this to say, I LOVE what it looks like your fractal planner will do. Wow, this looks cool.

    • Jim Stone
      Posted April 7, 2011 at 2:09 pm | Permalink

      Sounds like you’re spread pretty thin, Sarah. That’s exactly what the Fractal Planner is built to help with!

  2. Posted April 7, 2011 at 2:09 pm | Permalink

    Lovin’ it!

  3. Jim Richards
    Posted March 15, 2012 at 9:42 am | Permalink

    Fractal Planner is a great program. The program was recently changed so that when you print from the “View the Tasks Page”, the font size is quite a bit smaller and harder to read than it was last week. The program allows you to select an option to print with a slightly larger font; however, it would be nice if we could print using the same size font as before the change.

    • Jim Stone
      Posted March 15, 2012 at 9:44 am | Permalink

      Hi Jim.

      It might print smaller when printing the frame inside the whole page. If you just print the frame (right click to select print when inside the frame), the font should print bigger.

      The new “export to text” page gives you a lot more options, and allows you to cut and paste with formatting fidelity to programs like Word.


  4. Posted April 3, 2012 at 6:16 pm | Permalink

    You can make Fractal Planner act like a desktop app.

    For Mac users running 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or later (sorry Window PC folks and Mac users running anything less than 10.6 :( )

    Google “Fluid”.

    Fluid will let you create a Real Mac App (or “Fluid App) out of any website or web application, effectively turning your favorite web apps (for example, Fractal Planner) into OS X desktop apps.

    It has both a free and a very cheap paid version ($4.99). The paid version lets you pin the Fluid-Fractal App to the top menu bar. You can change the icon. I just copied the icon from Fractal Planner and there it sits on my menu bar.

    Click on it. Fractal planner opens to the login page. Here’s the one caveat. You have to manually enter the pw and user name. But only once. Then every time from then on the app will pop open blazing fast. You can work without overloading your browser because it’s now running like a Mac Desktop App. It is absolutely nifty-cool-n-easy. Check it out.

    • Jim Stone
      Posted April 9, 2012 at 11:10 am | Permalink

      Ken. I just saw this comment.

      I’ll have to try this. My wife’s got the mac, so I’ll try to check it out some evening soon. Great tip. I might do a write-up after playing with it myself a bit.


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