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How I Plan My Day Using Evernote (Tony Robbins RPM Method)

August 21, 2019

Hey everyone. This is Stefan from In this video, I’m going to show you guys how I plan my day using Evernote. Now, if you’re not familiar with what Evernote is, it’s basically a software that you can download to your computer. You can also download it as a mobile app to your smartphone. It allows you to create notes and synchronize the notes between your smartphone and also your computer. It has a lot of cool benefits and features as well. I’m going to show you guys exactly how I use Evernote, how I plan my day. The method that I use for planning my day is called RPM, which is a method that was created by Tony Robbins on how to manage your life and how to manage your time. It stands for results, purpose, massive action plan. This is something that was taught in Tony Robbins’ Time Your Life program, which I went through many years ago, one of the best programs out there for managing your time and life. I’m also going to introduce you guys a little bit to that method, because that’s what I personally use. I’m going to do a screen share on my computer so that I can walk you guys through exactly how I use Evernote to plan my day. All right. Now here’s the RPM plan that I created inside Evernote for today, which is April 28th, 2016. The RPM philosophy, let me share with you a little bit what it is and how it works. As I mentioned before, RPM stands for results, purpose, massive action plan. It was something that was developed by Tony Robbins. RPM is really a way of thinking and it’s a process of conditioning and training your brain to focus on the outcome and result that you’re after. You see, a lot of people, they just have to-do lists and they use that to plan their day. Being to-do oriented, I believe and what Tony believes, is not a very effective way of achieving results. A lot of people, they just do a lot of stuff and they’ve mistaken activity with achievement. You have to understand that you’re after a specific result or outcome. The to-dos that you set for yourself each day, you have to be clear on what you’re doing that for. Often times it’s because you’re after a certain goal, certain outcome and result. The R-P-M method is really about first defining and asking yourself, what do you really want, what’s the outcome or the result that you’re after, and getting crystal clear on that, being as specific as possible. I always start off my day planning it based on goals, outcomes, and results that I’ve already set for myself for that month or that year. I have yearly goals. I share those on my blog. I share those in my monthly goals reports as well. Those are the goals that I set for the year. Everything that I do for the year is to help make progress and achieve those goals that I set for myself. I also set monthly goals as well, at different points. I have goals for each area of my life. I have goals for my emotions. I have goals for my body, my health, my physical fitness. I have goals for my business, usually multiple goals for my business. I have goals for my finances. I have goals for my relationships, my social life, as well as my spiritual life. There’s a bit of work that I’ve already done before the daily planning. I think it’s important to make sure that you have that, you have goals in each area of your life. Because, again, if you’re just doing stuff each day but you don’t know why you’re doing it, you don’t have specific outcomes and goals that you’re after, then that’s not efficient at all. I always make sure that every day I’m aware of what my goals are. I have my goals written down and I always review them as part of my morning ritual. When it comes to planning my day, which is this process inside Evernote, I often do this more at the end of my morning ritual. If you guys know me, you know there’s a lot of things I do as part of my morning ritual that I teach inside morningritual The first thing that I start with is what is the result or outcome that I’m after for that day. Usually, for each day and each week, there’s certain results and outcomes I’m focused on. I don’t try to do too much at once. I usually try to simplify and focus on maybe three, maybe at most four, results or outcomes for that day. For this day, April 28th, I put in the main result that I’m focused on now is to easily make progress towards the creation of Affiliate Marketing Mastery, to complete the course by July 9th and ensure that its quality is of the highest standard possible. Now, when you write down what your goal is, what the outcome or result is, it’s very clear to make sure that you write it out as a sentence, you write it out in a way that’s compelling, that’s exciting, that’s specific, and that really is very clear and really motivates you. You can see that my result has a deadline as well, by July 9th. Really, I’m not going to achieve the goal by today, so that’s why I put to make progress towards the creation of it. Today, I’m just focused on making progress. Often times, that’s what I focus on is just making progress s towards these main outcomes and goals that I’m after. You can also see by the languaging, I like to say easily. Just by using certain words like that, I can totally shift your perception and association of your goals. Once you’re clear on what the goal and the result is, the next piece of RPM is the purpose. Why do you want the goal? What are the reasons that you have to achieve it? I only write down three just to make this process fast each day. I write this out each day, maybe takes me 10 or 15 minutes at most. Just writing out three, I find … I try to force myself to come up with three different ones each day, but I usually have a whole long list because, as I said, I have the goals for the year and I have all the reasons why. I just ask myself, why do I want this? What are the reasons that I have to achieve this result or outcome? I just focus on the three top ones. The ones I wrote today for this are to help people build their online business and become financially free, to create a product that I’m proud and passionate about, and number three, to create a new income stream which will allow me to achieve my biggest goals for the year. These reasons, you have to make sure that they are your reasons and not anyone else’s reasons. You can’t be trying to achieve results and goals for other people’s reasons. You’ve got to make sure that they are your own and that these reasons really inspire and motivate you because this is what’s going to give you that juice and light that fire to really get you going and motivate you. Often when I do this process, the power of it is it associates emotion to the result and the actions that you’re going to be taking. Often times people just do things without any purpose behind doing it. Anything that you do in your life that doesn’t have an empowering purpose behind it is a waste to your life of fulfillment. You want to make sure that everything you do, you have a purpose for doing it. Then what I do is I write out the massive action plan. I look at the actions as the to-dos, I guess you can call them. But I also look at it as a could-do list. I usually list, what are all the things that I could do that could help me achieve this result. The actions you create are going to be based on the result. Knowing what my outcome is, that’s what’s going to help me formulate my actions. I know now why I’m doing the things that I’m doing, what I’m trying to do it for. It can also help identify the most important actions, that are the 80-20, that are going to allow me to achieve that goal and that result that I’m after. The actions for today are to create key note slides for module two, record videos for module two, upload current videos to Dropbox for editing, give feedback on existing 99 designs logos, check in with Arnold for video editing, talk to Ashley about creating PDF summaries. These are the main actions for today. I will mention I don’t get all the actions done that I set in a day, but I always get done the most important ones. Usually, when I make my list, I bold or highlight the three most important actions. I try to simplify and just focus on the three highest leverage ones. For me, you can see I’ve bolded this one, this one, and this one. All the other ones, if I don’t get them done, that’s okay, I can work on them tomorrow. They’re not as important, but as long as I get these three really important ones done, awesome, then I made significant progress towards this goal. Also, I usually put my outcomes and results in a sequence of priority. So this is the number one outcome that I’m focused on today and so that’s why I put it as the first one. Inside Evernote here, if I want to add more, it’s pretty easy. I usually add more actions throughout the day. Certain things come up, so I’ll add them to the list. Evernote allows you to play with the formatting and create bullets and checkboxes and highlight stuff. Evernote’s really great for that as well. Another great benefit of Evernote is you can put in videos and images. I use it for many different purposes, like coaching people, when I’m being coached with my coach, taking notes, going to seminars. It syncs with my phone, the app on my phone. I use it for a lot of different purposes besides planning my day. There’s a lot of cool features for it as well. Next result, to create more physical vitality and energy while making massive progress towards my goal of completing Tough Mudder on June 18th. This is one of the goals that I have for the year, to compete in Tough Mudder. Then, also, I always focus on energy and vitality first because I don’t want to just compete in Tough Mudder, or I don’t just want to have a six-pack, I want to make sure that health and energy and vitality is all part of that. I’m not after just … There’s certain things that I could do to increase my endurance or lose fat or look good, but they’re not going to be aligned with health, energy, and vitality. I always make sure that my result is that specific and includes other elements of it as well. The purpose that I have is to have unstoppable energy and vibrancy, to increase my stamina and endurance, to look and feel good. Actions, run for 40 minutes on an empty stomach as part of my morning ritual, which I have already done this morning, leg workout from Limitless Camp, drink at least one green smoothie, drink lemon-lime water throughout the day, go to bed on an empty stomach, take health supplements. You can see, I bold the ones, the three most important, highest leverage ones. Now, to speed up this process for tomorrow, this is likely an outcome and a massive action plan, or RPM plan, that I’m going to repeat for tomorrow, so I can easily copy this and move it forward to tomorrow as well so I don’t have to write it out. I’ll still write out the purpose. I’ll still read out the result because I always like to condition to make sure I’m focused on it. And also remind myself of the actions. Certain results and actions you’re going to have, they’re just going to be repetitive every day, so you just want to copy and move some of those things forward. Another result that I have is to feel a deeper sense of gratitude, joy, happiness, and fulfillment throughout the day. A result or an outcome can be something as simple as that. That’s aligned with my emotional goals that I have, to experience deeper emotions. The purpose that I have is because quality of life is emotions, that’s the most important thing. It doesn’t matter what you achieve, what you get, it’s all about how you feel. The only reason why we go after things is because we believe it’s going to make us feel a certain way. I always make sure I have a result or outcome for my emotional well-being because health and emotions are most important things in life. That’s the foundation to everything. I I explained that more in detail in my video blog on how to achieve more balance in your life. I always make sure I’m making progress and at least maintaining my emotional well-being and my physical well-being. I’m not deluding myself. I know that any financial goal, any external goal, that’s not going to create any happiness. I understand I have to focus on that every day if I want to have an extraordinary life. Another purpose, another reason, is to condition my mind and emotions to feel the way that I want because you have to condition yourself to feel the way you want. Also, another reason is because your emotions affect everything in your life. If you’re feeling sad and depressed and angry or frustrated, that’s going to affect your business. That’s going to affect your relationships. That’s going to affect your health. It’s going to affect everything. At the same way, if you’re happy, if you’re excited, if you’re grateful and passionate, if I’m fulfilled, that will affect everything too. It will come across in my videos. It will come across in my body and my health. It will make me more motivated. It will make me more productive. I’ll have better relationships and friendships. Everything improves. That’s another reason why I focus on it. Actions, spend at least 60 minutes on my morning ritual, five minutes of gratitude as well. I usually do this in the gym in the morning when I’m going for my walk and my run. Share the magic moments of the day with my girlfriend, journal the magic moments of the day as well. Again, usually I’ll add more things as they come up as well and add them on to the list. Next result is to easily make progress growing Project Life Mastery, reaching thousands of more people around the world to positively impact their quality of life, while achieving my goal of generating $2 million in revenue. Again, this is related to the overall goals, the higher picture goals that I have for the year. Purpose is this is what my life is about, this is what I’m made for, this is my destiny in life, reminding myself of that. To contribute and serve millions of people and to leverage my time creating more freedom and allowing me to focus on what I love. Again, I always try to think of three different things each day. It can be the littlest things. Your reasons why can just be to have fun, to do what I love, to be able to travel the world, to be able to contribute to charities and make a difference, to be able to inspire other people in the process. Sometimes they can be reasons like, so I never have to be broke again, so I no longer have to struggle, so I can prove other people wrong and show them what’s possible, what I’m made of, to prove to myself what I’m capable of. Whatever is going to motivate you. I remember, I had goals or reasons before, when I was younger doing this stuff, is like, so that I could attract this woman in my life or so that that girl who rejected me last week, she’ll see me in a year from now and she’ll wish that she could have me, or something like that. Whatever motivates you, that’s the purpose of it. It doesn’t matter how ridiculous it is. Whatever produces emotion and drive within you and gets you to take action. What are the actions? Record video for Project Life Mastery giveaway, record video for my 30th birthday Change Heroes campaign, record update video for Affiliate Marketing Mastery series, give feedback to Charles on new PLM images. Usually it’s stuff … I work with my team now, I try to work on my business not in my business as much. I always create content, that’s the one thing, as I’m doing right now, that I can never outsource. I’m always doing that, every single day, for the most part. I love it. That’s one of the highest leverage things I can do. But usually, stuff I do in my business now is like … I’ve got a team, I’ve got tons of people that work with me now, I’m more working with them and eventually, really I need to get to a point where I have a COO or some sort of operations manager that can just run and manage the teams so that I can just focus on the one thing that I’m really the good and the best at. I’m not quite there yet. That’ll will probably happen over the next year or two though. Anyways, here are all the actions. Again, I bold the highest leverage. I always make sure like emails and stuff, I always do that every day because there are some important emails, but that’s always the lowest priority thing just because emails can easily distract me and they get you in a sense of reaction. The whole purpose of this RPM plan is to be proactive, is actually consciously designing your day and designing your life. A lot of people, it’s like they just do things out of reaction because other people need them to do this and that and their boss and their spouse or boyfriend or girlfriend or whatever it is. It’s like there are all these demands that they have and so they don’t take time to design their day, design their life, and take the necessary actions. That’s the purpose of planning your day like this. Being proactive, not reactive. Incorporate this as part of your morning ritual and this will allow you to actually achieve the results and goals that you’re after. Like I said, I don’t get everything done and that’s okay. You’re not after the to-dos, you’re after the result. At the end of the day, as long as I made progress towards these four primary outcomes, these four primary results, then that was an amazing, successful day. That’s all I focus on is making progress, not trying to be perfect. There’s unlimited things for me to do. I’m sure you’re the same. Everyone’s busy. Usually, throughout the day, I’ll have more and more things that are added to the list. I’ll have, in some cases, I’ve had like 100 plus actions that need to be done. I just know that there’s no humanly possible way I’m going to get that all done in a day. I just try to simplify, what are the three most important things, make progress in each area each day. As long as you do that, you will achieve the goals and the results that you’re after. Hopefully this process is useful for you. Hopefully this transparency in how I plan my day, you can model it if you choose. If you want to know more about RPM, check out Tony Robbins. He’s the ultimate resource for it because he’s the one that created the RPM method. Great for that. If you guys want to check out Evernote, I think it’s just or there’s also the app on your phone, you can just search in the app store, find Evernote. It’s free. They do have paid plans as well if you want more storage and a few other features as well, but the free plan is more than enough and is very useful. I like to have everything on my computer and phone because I can easily recall it if I need to. I used to use journals, and I still do in some regards, but I find it’s just easier now with technology to sync everything amongst devices. I can search, for example, like certain words and it will pull it up in my Evernote in different notes that I might have had. Also for recording seminars and notes from books and ideas and concepts and … all very useful to have it all in one place. All right, so that’s how I use Evernote to plan my day with the RPM method. Hopefully you enjoyed the video. Make sure to like the video and leave a comment below. Let me know how you plan your day right now, love to know what you’re currently doing and what works for you. Make sure to subscribe for more videos like this. Take care. Hey, this is Stefan. Thank you so much for watching this video. If you enjoyed this then please hit the like button below, leave a comment to let us know what you think, and make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more great videos like this. Now, if you want to take your life to the next level, then I want to offer you a free gift. It’s called my Life Mastery toolkit and it literally has the best of the best of what I have to offer in terms of videos, articles, and resources for taking your life to the next level and living an extraordinary life. To get access to this, all you have to do is click the link that will appear right here on this video, or if you’re on a mobile device, then click the link in the description below, and then head on over to that page, enter your email address, and I’ll send you immediate access to the Life Mastery toolkit. I want to thank again for watching this video. Until the next one, I’ll talk to you soon.

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  • Reply Animepro100 May 5, 2016 at 9:39 pm

    Great video!
    I wanna know if you schedule and set a timer for the actions of the day in blocks or is it just achieving them without a specific time structure. Thanks 🙂

  • Reply Andrey Adison May 5, 2016 at 10:14 pm

    Love Evernote, use it daily. I will be implementing this RPM framework.

  • Reply G McLeod May 5, 2016 at 11:45 pm

    Who the hell would give this a thumbs down???

  • Reply Rohit Shinde May 6, 2016 at 5:18 am

    thank U so much for giving amazing method …I m gona start right now…n follow consistently… no excuses…. thank U once again

  • Reply Abi Marie May 6, 2016 at 7:48 am

    Really clear explanation – thank you for the video. (I may be guilty of writing to do lists, so this has definetly changed my mindset on planning). Side note – why do you have to go to bed on an empty stomach?

  • Reply Peter Abdou May 6, 2016 at 10:24 am

    I totally love it

  • Reply Tara Menard May 6, 2016 at 2:29 pm

    Stefan, great video. I have used RPM in the past & present. I am not consistent with it but when I am it definitely moves me to attain my goals/outcomes. My problem is consistency & discipline. I'll check out the ever-note…but I think I like to write it out. BTW, love your site. You are very generous with your content and sharing. Outstanding example of applying what works and all that you've learned!

  • Reply guac May 6, 2016 at 7:18 pm

    This is MASSIVE! I always felt like I lost my purpose by just following a To Do list, but this synced up with a to do list will make sure that everything follows my purpose.

  • Reply SI MO May 6, 2016 at 9:44 pm

    Thank you so much, this helps a lot!!!

  • Reply SK Rahman May 7, 2016 at 3:05 am

    Very helpful video Stefan! Thanks for sharing the RPM method and how we can use it through Evernote 🙂 This will certainly help to keep the yearly monthly priorities in order and move forward smoothly.

  • Reply Violet Meuter May 7, 2016 at 6:32 am

    You are a "machine" Stefan 🙂 Thanks for sharing this tool and how you use it. You are truly an inspiration!

  • Reply Growth Value May 10, 2016 at 10:20 pm

    Not a huge fan of Evernote (the software is clumsy) and I've lost data a few times with syncing issues across devices, but admittedly I have no good alternative. Interesting day planning techniques, though. I use the best self, self journal to plan out my day.

  • Reply nellas01585 May 13, 2016 at 2:35 am

    Thanks for the insight on how you use RPM/OPA in Evernote. As a long time user on Tony's RPM/OPA methods, I'd be curious to see if/how you use RPM and Evernote to conduct your Weekly Planning.

  • Reply Snir Alayof May 13, 2016 at 10:41 am

    One of your best videos in my opinion.

    I used to do "Getting Things Done" method by David Allen but I couldn't stick with it for too long, now I see that it was indeed a "to-do" list without emotions and purpose behind it.

    I was wondering how do you handle with "pop-up tasks". When you suddenly remember that you had to do something. Do you edit your "Today" note or anything like that?

  • Reply kimy D May 15, 2016 at 2:38 pm

    I use evernote too, it's really a great productivity tool.

  • Reply Holmes245 May 30, 2016 at 8:05 pm

    I can think of software for Windows that would be more ideal for this kind of thing than using Evernote. I would choose something more practical so you're not doing a lot of copy and pasting of tasks that didn't get done or reoccur and moving them to the next day. That seems tedious. Certainly there must be software out there for Apple users that would make this a little bit more efficient?

  • Reply Donut Socialite May 31, 2016 at 10:27 pm

    Hello Stephen! My name is Dominique! Your video came JUST IN TIME! Was just looking for ways to refocus and this came across my account. Thank you so much for sharing! Going to apply this TODAY!

  • Reply LeeRoy Laughton June 1, 2016 at 7:48 pm

    Hey Stefan, Thanks for this, I have tried a few different methods of planning my day and none of them have stuck.
    I will give this a try and see how it goes.
    I would love to see how you lay out the rest of evernote If you get chance to do a video, that would be awesome.

  • Reply Lea Kennedy June 7, 2016 at 2:29 am

    Would you "please" tell me what screen share program you're using? I need to use one and nobody seems to want to be forthcoming in what they use. It would truly be appreciated. Thanks.

  • Reply Gabriel Benato - desativado June 20, 2016 at 2:14 am

    Is method same GTD?
    What's the diference or methods?

    I like to your videos youtube. Congratulation. 🙂

    Excuse me my english, hugs in Brazil

  • Reply Mandala1967 June 27, 2016 at 2:36 am

    Great video Stefan, I really liked the "could do's" list, rather than "to do's". Found this as a new user of Evernote, so flipped from here to Tony Robbins RPM in order to understand that more fully, and now feel much more on track now for achieving my life goals. Big thanks for your clear explanations!

  • Reply Tony Marlowe June 27, 2016 at 9:25 pm

    This is great man love your videos

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  • Reply steve graham July 2, 2016 at 8:42 pm

    This is very helpful info on increasing your productivity.

  • Reply LifeMomentsNow July 2, 2016 at 10:58 pm

    keep it going. then break from alll… Breathe.. then get back in there. good luck!

  • Reply Jeremy Martin August 2, 2016 at 2:13 pm

    RPM stands for the Rapid Planning Method… and can also be considered as a Results-oriented/Purpose-driven/Massive Action Plan… Tony Robbins – Time of Your Life

  • Reply The Podiatrist August 11, 2016 at 11:22 am

    Great video. Thanks Stephan

  • Reply Has August 14, 2016 at 12:46 am

    This was awesome!! Thank you very much!

  • Reply Daniel Gonsalez August 16, 2016 at 5:28 am

    Thank you, this is very helpful. It gives more depth to using the app

  • Reply wingsdesire1 August 20, 2016 at 1:11 pm

    Well structured, well educated cheers ?

  • Reply David Polo August 24, 2016 at 1:31 pm

    This is an awesome video man. Thanks for making these kind of videos, they are very inspiring and motivational.

  • Reply aeko September 3, 2016 at 3:02 am

    I'm going through RPM for about the fourth time now and I've been trying to find an app to do RPM 100% with. Maybe Evernote is that app. I have a few mechanical questions though for how you implement it:

    – Do you only plan your days within Evernote? I'd love to see another video for people who understand RPM and want to see a complete implementation from a mechanical standpoint (apps, workflow, etc) that covers the whole RPM method (Vision, Purpose, Roles, everything)

    – How do you keep this updated with your calendar? Do you schedule calendar events separately? Or do you somehow organize calendar events from within Evernote?

    – How do you organize projects? I was thinking of using note links within Evernote to link "Key Outcomes" in Projects down to the Day RPM level. How do you keep things linked together so you can keep Key Action Items and all this together?

    – Is Evernote the best app you've tried for RPM? Have you tried others? What are the benefits and drawbacks? Have you tried Trello or any todo apps and tried to make RPM work within them?

  • Reply Johnny S. September 8, 2016 at 3:14 am

    Hey Stefan. I am also using Evernote but my layout looks very different from yours. Are the windows and apple version different?

  • Reply jay dez September 12, 2016 at 5:59 am

    great video bro, I truly appreciate the time and dedication you took to spell out an affective way to create massive action.

  • Reply invest time and money September 15, 2016 at 2:48 pm

    great tips 🙂

  • Reply Dunia IT dan Gajet October 5, 2016 at 1:46 pm

    Awesome sharing

  • Reply Anita Lauren October 7, 2016 at 10:08 pm

    Thanks a bunch! 🙂 Great video!

  • Reply Kevin Morris October 12, 2016 at 3:02 am

    Executing RPM in an app or software is really difficult! Stefan, did you get the idea to use Evernote for RPM when you attended Business Mastery this past summer? And what do you think about the value of 'writing down your goals' versus typing them in Evernote? Would appreciate hearing your thoughts. Great video!

  • Reply KEISHAMOM October 14, 2016 at 2:03 pm

    Thank You, This was a quick refresher. I own the RMP planner note book and Tony Robbins CD RPM. I was planning on going back to refresh but you helped so much and saved me hours. thanks again

  • Reply Jasondra Gibbs November 2, 2016 at 5:11 am

    Truly, Truly, Truly enjoyed this video. I was looking for a method to help me organize my new eCommerce business. Thanks so much for sharing 🙂

  • Reply Turok Tucker November 17, 2016 at 10:31 am

    Almost all of this makes sense, but I'm not sure how to relate this to my monthly to weekly to daily. Then I don't know how to feel satisfied in the day?

  • Reply How To Write Pro November 17, 2016 at 2:02 pm

    I like your integration, and using a separate note for Daily RPMs, is there a certain structure you breakdown as far as organizing the Notebooks like a diff Notebook for Driving Force, Personal Categories, Prof Categories, Enterprise etc. That's the way I had it at first, but your daily format is awesome! Thanks!

  • Reply Lidiya Homa November 20, 2016 at 9:15 am

    I wanted so much to see an exaple of somebody else's RPM. Thanks Stefan you rock!

  • Reply Zakiya Moreira November 26, 2016 at 3:22 am

    thank you so much for posting this was so helpful and I feel more organized

  • Reply Muneer Monangat November 27, 2016 at 5:15 pm

    its amazing.thanx alot

  • Reply Breno da Mata December 7, 2016 at 1:13 pm

    Hi Stefan. The Evernote link in the description is broken. Can we get an update?

  • Reply Felipe Fiallo December 19, 2016 at 1:53 pm

    thanks for the advice, i already download everenote and i had taken some of your ideas for my own plan

  • Reply Time Q December 21, 2016 at 5:10 am

    Stefan! Thanks for the tips! Already trying them out 🙂

  • Reply Piratheep S December 31, 2016 at 12:28 pm

    Hey Stefan, when you do your daily evernote RPM do you copy and paste your goal everyday but change the purpose and action plan?

  • Reply Patrick Barnaby January 8, 2017 at 10:13 am

    Thanks Stefan for such a great example of using RPM. I think I'll start using Evernote + RPM or even create my own Planning system. Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own.

  • Reply Tamara Spurmanis January 13, 2017 at 11:24 pm

    Looks like something that can really help and all within Evernote !

  • Reply Hercules World February 6, 2017 at 10:30 pm

    Very inspiring brother, your content keeps me focused

  • Reply Sherwin Shann February 7, 2017 at 12:48 am

    Thanks for your effort!
    I was just searching for example of using RPM after watching a Tony Robbins film. And this is the best one I've seen so far.
    Also, thanks for speaking clearly. I am not a native speaker and I can understand every sentence you said!

  • Reply Jure Erlic February 12, 2017 at 2:13 am

    Very great Video! Thank you for making it! How many Results are you typically focused on at any one time Stefan?

  • Reply Edward Hsu February 15, 2017 at 4:31 am

    You gave me very positive energy! I can feel it.

  • Reply Jenny De Lacy February 15, 2017 at 11:17 pm

    great video – thanks so much for this. I have been using Evernote for ages, and just listening to TR on a youtube video describing RPM, then here you are putting them all together. Thanks so much!

  • Reply SH WR February 20, 2017 at 11:34 am

    I've just recently decided to take life by the horns which is a really big thing for me considering my track record with organization and planning. Your videos are really inspiring and I'm definitely planning to implement some of your tools into my daily life.

  • Reply Daniel Quarles March 5, 2017 at 1:21 pm

    Really love that you used real world examples for the video. Very useful. I am going to try it out.

  • Reply Dianalee Sherman March 17, 2017 at 10:43 pm

    Thank You, Stefan! I wasn't aware of how to use Evernote as you explained it. Now I think of it much more in depth. Great training.

  • Reply Sonedalinh Phoumvongxay March 20, 2017 at 11:07 am

    Such a helpful VDO. Very informative and specific tips to accomplish the day by applying RPM tool. This is also the first time to learn about Evernote. I would like to become a goal oriented person rather than taking actions without purpose. Thanks so much.

  • Reply JoKa Centaur March 27, 2017 at 6:03 pm

    Heard of RPM for years and now I finally understand it. Very happy that I ran into this video. It easily explained the whole RPM concept and using Evernote made it even clearer. Definite paradigm shift for me. Can't wait to start applying RPM using Evernote, I can easily merge this with my system.

  • Reply Snowcloud MX Punto de Venta en la Nube March 30, 2017 at 7:48 pm

    Great video, I installed the app. One question, do you create separate notebooks for each area of your life, or is the RPM plan shown in this video always done with a note made in the same notebook?

  • Reply Tim Murphy April 3, 2017 at 11:02 am

    Awesome man, just what I was after. New subscriber.

  • Reply Vinicius Dalmolin April 8, 2017 at 11:35 am

    You helped me a lot with Evernote! Keep up with the good job

  • Reply T Kidd April 21, 2017 at 2:50 pm

    How does tony Robison make money?

  • Reply Inc issue April 25, 2017 at 2:51 pm

    Hey stephen thanks for sharing all your day-to day stuff. A lot of the online guys don't share all this stuff. It's nice to know what someone who actually is successful actually does stuff in day to day and with this much detail.

    Applying this stuff is so key. There's so much stuff out there on what to do but not with detail on exactly how it's done in this much detail. THHANKS!!!!

  • Reply Enrique Samson May 4, 2017 at 5:04 pm

    Great video. Aaaaaand… subscribing. Check.

  • Reply Mark Johnson May 15, 2017 at 10:08 pm

    Love this video. I have heard Tony talk about RPM but this brings it all together!

  • Reply Ramon Andrade June 10, 2017 at 10:12 pm

    Great video

  • Reply Chhana Hrahsel June 11, 2017 at 12:46 pm

    This is the most helpful video i ever watch on planning. ?. So much good imformation

  • Reply Rej Explorer June 13, 2017 at 6:17 am

    Superb Stuff Stefan

  • Reply Bill Stiber June 21, 2017 at 3:50 pm

    Great video thanks man!

  • Reply Fabiano Chaves June 23, 2017 at 7:13 pm

    hey this is great I'm going to start this, love the channel, however, I have to add something, went on Tatiana's page, because she looks A LOT like my wife, and the first thing she said was, name something you are grateful for so I changed my RPM to GRPM every morning I will add something I'm grateful for before doing my rpm. Thank you though I love this channel

  • Reply Christopher Low June 29, 2017 at 4:59 pm

    Hi Stephen, in your video back in Jan 2015 titled 'How to Plan Your Day for Optimal Productivity', you were using pen and paper which you mentioned helped you in your thinking process, as opposed to using a keyboard. Would like to hear your thoughts whether moving digital i.e. Evernote changed anything

  • Reply Cristina Sunlight - Natural Lifestyle - Coaching August 7, 2017 at 8:53 am

    Very useful. Much gratitud to you Stephen.

  • Reply Value Balling August 30, 2017 at 7:13 am

    Stefan, you make a HUGE positive impact in my life! You're like an older brother who gives me wise advices xD Thank you so much!! You are awesome!!!

  • Reply Lisa Embree September 8, 2017 at 6:33 pm

    OUTSTANDING video showing 2 of my favorite things! Evernote & RPM! Thanks for the high quality and helpful video!

  • Reply Ricardo Benavides September 12, 2017 at 4:47 pm

    Great material! Very useful. Thanks for sharing.

  • Reply Ann Lee November 17, 2017 at 6:00 pm

    Downloading Evernote right now! Thank you for a great video Stephan!

  • Reply Results Planner December 15, 2017 at 6:14 pm

    Wow man, this is very good! I'm going to start using this from now on! Thanks
    Watching you for the past few months (plus many other channels) has really inspired me to continue forward with my purpose. And seeing the success you're achieving shows me the potential!
    You're awesome man! Keep the great content coming

  • Reply Nikhil Bhat May 31, 2018 at 4:27 pm

    Gonna get started on this right away!! This was so helpful thank you!

  • Reply Lacy Influx January 2, 2019 at 12:18 am

    Thank you for laying this out and showing us your process. It is very helpful to see RPM in action. Kick Ass!

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  • Reply Zachary Evans April 4, 2019 at 11:12 am

    Potentially life-changing stuff if implemented. Thanks for sharing Stefan!

  • Reply Phu Nguyen June 24, 2019 at 3:14 pm

    Thank you! This is very beneficial for me to start applying what I just learned with Tony’s Time of Your Life program.

  • Reply Александр Глушков July 17, 2019 at 6:25 am

    Thank you for this piece of content! I decided to upgrade my planning system and this video is exactly what I was looking for. Live long and prosper, my man. Best wishes from Russia!

  • Reply Metal Roofing August 4, 2019 at 2:51 am

    Great Video, Thanks!

  • Reply Lyle Mills August 6, 2019 at 9:27 am

    Great video! Thanks, Stephen!

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