"The best business planner for faith-driven entreprenuers"

Use proven productivity practices to help you get the right work done, and stay on God's path!

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Go from overwhelmed to in control.

As a faith-driven entrpreneur, there is ALWAYS more to do. Whether you're working on your side-hustle, planning events for your church, or launching an internal company program, the to-do list can be crushing. We know it and we want to help.

The CappaWork Planner was designed for super-high performers, not your average professional who clocks in and clocks out. The CappaWork Planner takes the most important productivity practices and weaves them quietly into your workday. You'll never let a deadline run over or a deliverable fall through the cracks again!

First planner I have actually used

"The CappaWork planner is finally a planner I am using. It seamlessly combines all the important elements of my life: work, family, faith and personal, in a user-friendly way. I love it."

-David S. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Fantastic planner

"This planner has been extremely helpful in both planning and reflecting daily."

-Seth P. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Just what I needed

"Love the way it combines key time management practices with spiritual reflection."

Allison ★ ★ ★ ★ ★


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Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the planner?

It's 90 days. In a yearly planner, you are reacting to the things that others schedule for you. In the CappaWork Planner, you are choosing to pursue your goals, on the timeline that is most successful. 90 days is the perfect length for personal and business goals. Just long enough to get something huge done, just short enough to always see the end. That's why businesses run on Quarters, not Trimesters!

Who is the CappaWork Planner helpful for?

Excellent question- the answer is not everyone. The CappaWork Planner is only helpful for ambitious Christians who have an existing drive to do good in the world through their work. If you like to put in minimal effort, it's not for you. If you find yourself constantly busy, or always striving to do more better, this is ABSOLUTELY for you. It will remove the feeling of overwhelm that comes with a busy schedule and allow you to flourish in chaos. Current happy customers include: Pastors, doctors, lawyers, finance executives, tech sales, management consultants, marketers, coaches and entrepreneurs.

What if I don't like it?

The CappaWork Planner works on a simple system, not an easy one. It takes a bit of work to get in the groove, but the payout is huge. If you can show that you used it for 14 days, and you don't like it, we will refund your purchase 100%. No need to even send it in. We believe in it whole heartedly.

Is it high quality?

Yes. Your dreams and goals are important. When you hit them, you will want to revisit the path you took to get there, to be able to look back after a few years and see God's goodness in your life. Because of that, the CappaWork Planner is hard vegan leather cover, with layflat stitched pages, printed on 90 gsm archival quality paper. When you finish your goal, you won't want to throw it out.

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  • Make Success a Habit

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Goals need habits. Habits need goals.

Setting Goals

Setting Goals

A goal is a thing to be aimed at. In soccer, you shoot at the goal. It has three posts and a line in the grass. A goal is well defined. You know when you miss high or to the right. The same goes for life. In order to hit a goal, it has to be defined and you have to take a shot. With practice, your shots will get better and better.

Good goals are: Big, Specific, Measurable and For Others.

Bad goals are: Small, Vague, Slippery, For yourself only.


If your goal is too small you run the risk of hitting it and thinking you can’t achieve more. Set big goals, because even if you miss, you’ve missed a high mark. You can be mediocre without setting goals, so don't set mediocre goals. 


Think back to a soccer goal. It makes a very clear rectangle. It is specific, so you know when you score. If you know how you scored, you can think back and get better at each of the component pieces of hitting the goal.

“I missed high, my aim needs work. I can practice shooting drills.”

“My shot wasn’t long enough, I need to work on power. Need to increase lifting and shots on goal.”

“I scored, but almost missed the pass. I need work on running endurance.”

“Upper 90 goal, my shooting drills are paying off.”


The strategy for achieving your goals is consistent. It's been proven time and time again that disciplined progress, using habits, for 90 days will lead to success. But the tactics you use are going to change from goal to goal. A physical goal is going to have different tactics than a learning goal. You have to be able to measure the progress toward your goal to understand if you are making progress toward it.

For others

You will achieve the goal, but it needs achieved in a way that betters the life of others. This is important for two reasons. First, we are not striving out of selfish ambition. Setting a goal that only benefits you has the possibility of becoming selfish. Second, as you progress through the 90 days, you will have days where you struggle. If your goal is set for your benefit, you will, just like I have for years, tell yourself that you’re not worth the work. This is wrong, but it’s loud. One of the best counter arguments I’ve found for this in years of goal setting is that I cannot tell myself that my kids are not worth it. That my wife, my friends or my family are not worth it. The argument falls apart in a way it doesn’t when I tell myself I’m not worth it. Gradually you can reverse this negative internal talk, but it will rear its head quickly and setting a goal that benefits others is an excellent roundhouse kick to knock it out.