Cultivate What Matters just launched their 2023 One Year Powersheets. Earlier this year, for the first time ever, they also released 90-Day Powersheets that are undated. My friend and business partner Kelly just purchased the 90-Day Powersheets, and I grabbed the One Year Powersheets, so I decided to do a side-by-side comparison to show you the similarities and differences between them.
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90-Day Powersheets & One Year Powersheets
Powersheets Comparison: Size & Binding
The 2023 One Year Powersheets Goal Planner comes in your choice of five cover options, is spiral bound with sturdy metal rings and hard covers, and is sized 7.75″ x 10.5″. There are 156 pages.
The undated 90-Day Powersheets Goal Planner is book bound with two cover options, includes a ribbon bookmark, and is sized 6″ x 9″. There are 128 pages.
Powersheets Comparison: Prep Pages
The 2023 One Year Powersheets Goal Planner has 23 pages of prep work, while the 90-Day Powersheets Goal Planner has 19 pages of prep work.
You’ll also notice that the colors in the undated 90-Day Powersheets are more muted while the One Year Powersheets are more vivid, while both remain very simple and clean.
Powersheets Comparison: Goal Pages
Once you have completed your prep work in the Powersheets Goal Planner, it’s time to set your goals.
The Goal Action Plan pages in both the One Year Powersheets and 90-Day Powersheets are identical. You have space to write out why you’ve set this particular thing as your goal, what you can do to get started, what resources you need, and more.
And both sets of Powersheets have a dedicated page for you to write all of your goals in one place for easy reference. Both sets also give you space for setting 8 goals in total.
Powersheets Comparison: Monthly Pages & Tending List
In years past, I’ve struggled with how to use this monthly calendar in my One Year Powersheets Goal Planner, simply because it isn’t a traditional planner. It makes more sense in the 90-Day Powersheets Goal Planner – you will see why in a moment.
Both the 2023 One Year Powersheets and 90-Day Powersheets include a monthly Tending List, which allows you to map out your goal-related tasks in monthly, weekly, and daily action items.
Due to the page size in the undated 90-Day Powersheets Goal Planner, the daily checkboxes are a little “wonky” in their layout, whereas the One Year Powersheets look more streamlined, but it still works just fine.
Powersheets Comparison: Weekly Pages & Quarterly Refresh
Perhaps the biggest difference between the 2023 One Year Powersheets and the undated 90-Day Powersheets are in these two areas: weekly pages and quarterly refresh pages.
The undated 90-Day Powersheets Goal Planner can be used as a traditional planner because it includes weekly planning pages. You have a space for each day of the week with a Monday start, as well as a space for your to-do list and notes. This is why I mentioned earlier that the monthly layout makes more sense in the 90-Day Powersheets Goal Planner.
This is not part of the One Year Powersheets Goal Planner.
The 2023 One Year Powersheets Goal Planner has a few pages every quarter for a Quarterly Refresh, which allows you to reassess your goals and make any necessary changes or updates.
This is not part of the 90-Day Powersheets Goal Planner simply because it is not necessary. With the 90-Day Powersheets, you would simply start a new Goal Planner and go through the prep pages again.
Which one: 90-Day Powersheets or One Year Powersheets?
There isn’t a right or wrong answer here – just what is best for you. I chose the 2023 One Year Powersheets Goal Planner in Bluebird because I have used Powersheets for several years and understand what is involved and how to use them in tandem with my day planner.
My friend and business partner Kelly chose the undated 90-Day Powersheets because this will be her first time using the Goal Planner and she wants to be sure it is something she will stick with before investing in the One Year Powersheets. She also likes the leatherette book bound cover and the weekly pages, which will allow her to use it as her day planner as well.
Whichever you choose, it’s worth trying the Powersheets Goal Planner for yourself. It truly is an actionable and intentional way to set and achieve goals that matter for your lifetime, not just the here and now.