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Executive Planner

Reviewing: Prudential Guarantee Executive Planner 2010  |  Rating:
poshpost By poshpost on
Badge: Advisor | Level: 16 | Workplace & Operations Expertise:

Last January, I was given a Prudential Guarantee Executive Planner by my uncle. It is truly an executive planner. Aesthetically, it is a beautiful black book with matte faux leather cover. Inside, it is made of different kinds of paper. The first page is colored and an endorsement of Prudential Guarantee.

It is ringbound of superior craftsmanship that there are no loose ends or edges and it is really sturdy.

The planner is really good. There is a column for each day, and each day is divided into a person's waking hours. It is really good for executives and anyone who schedules their day by the hour, especially with deadlines and meetings and all that stuff. Very nice. The paper used is thick and colored beige, so classy.

Each month is also separated by a colored sheet about the services and products and photos of Prudential Guarantee. Neat.On the backside of that is the month with blank lines for monthly reminders for each day.

At the bottom of each spread you will find miniature year-round calendars so that you won't have to open the front or back portion to see the entire year. Very efficient.

After al the daytime/day planner part, they have included a year planner, that has one column per month and one line per day. They really thought of everything.

At the end part are several pages of notes.

I rated this planner 4 because if ever I want to brind this around, I would like a pocket where with to put or insert some papers into, like receipts etc. Very minor, but also important detail.