The ADHD Planning Bundle For Entrepreneurs

A planning framework for entrepreneurs who have ADHD, by an entrepreneur with ADHD
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Made for ADHD'ers, by an ADHD'er

This is more than a planner. It's a FRAMEWORK for planning!

Sometimes, a to-do list or list of due-dates just isn't enough. Sometimes we need something to help with the agonizing process of sorting out the chaos in our brains and figuring out what to do with it all.
Organize all of the ideas and thoughts clouding your brain. 
Create a simple, visual plan outlining the steps.
Identify and focus on what is important for you and your business.
Stay focused and get back on track after a distracting side quest.

It's no secret that a lot of ADHD'ers have a love/hate relationship with planners. 

It feels like no matter how hard we try to make plans and stick to them, we can't. And not because we don't try - because we do!

We try everything but most planners are so open ended that we don't know where to start. OR they're oddly specific which adds a whole other layer of "wtf" to our brains!

So, a lot of us give up on them (yep. me too!). But then, flying by the seat of our pants doesn't work either.

Why do we struggle so much with regular planners?

Regular planners are challenging for us because we struggle with executive function skills.  NOT because we're lazy or dumb!

Executive function skills help with things like focusing, prioritizing, emotional regulation, and working memory. And the part of the brain that controls this - the frontal lobe - doesn't work the same in ADHD people.

This means that when we use planners that don't take the way our brains work into consideration, an already challenging activity becomes even harder.

So, what are we do?

While planning will always be hard for a lot of us, there are things a planner can do to make it easier.


Consider Executive Function Challenges

A framework can help us chunk down our ideas so it's easier to prioritize and organize them into do-able goals, actions steps, and to do's.


The Intentional Use Of Color & Design

Using to color and layout can help us separate our thoughts and ideas gives us more clarity and doesn't unnecessarily add to overstimulation.


Reduce Irritating Roadblocks 

Because we live with more stress and struggled with emotional dysregulation reducing as many barriers too use is important


These products are based on ADHD brain science and User-Experience Design and to make things simple, less confusing, and provide a flexible structure that supports the needs of the ADHD brain.
  • 1. The Magic #7 Rule

    I've found that using the "Magic Number 7" rule helps to keep the overwhelm at bay. This rule states that most adults can store between 5 and 9 items in their short-term memory, with 7 being the ideal maximum number. To make things easier for us, I try to keep it to 5 sections per planner.
  • 2. Lots Of Room
    To Write

    Small planners stress me out because I feel so much more pressure to "get it right". This is one of the reasons I used a letter size paper and focused primarily on business stuff. 
  • 3. Immediate Download

    When an ADHD'er is in the mood to plan, I don't want to be the one to stand in their way (ha!). That's why I decided to provide this as an immediate download - no waiting, no fuss. You can start using it right away!
  • 4. Balancing Harmonious Colors

    I wanted to create a planner that would be calming and structured, but still allow for some creativity. That's why I chose harmonious colors and a minimal design, but left enough room for stickers and other decorative elements. This way, you can make the planner your own while still keeping things organized and easy to read.
  • 5. Business Focused

    I felt like it was important to keep it business-focused to make sure there was plenty of room in the planner for notes and ideas related to work. However, I also understand the importance of taking care of ourselves, so I included a few self care elements as well.
  • 6. Readable Fonts, Minimal Design

    I wanted to create a planner that was easy to read, structured, and had plenty of room to write. That's why I chose readable fonts and a minimal design. The minimal design helps to keep things organized and easy to read, but it's not too plain either. 
  • 7. Printable PDF

    As someone with ADHD, I know how easy it is to get distracted online. That's why I love using a paper planner - it's a great way to think and plan without all the distractions of a computer. It's also a nice change of pace from staring at a screen all day.
  • 8. 1-Page Design

    I know firsthand how challenging it can be to remember things and keep track of steps. That's why I designed a planner with a visual system that allows us to easily skim and access our thoughts at a glance. This makes it easier to understand and follow our ideas, even when our memory isn't at its best.
  • 9. Standard Paper Size

    Seemingly minor inconveniences. drive me bananas. Designing this with standard letter size paper makes  things easier and more convenient. No need to search for the right size paper - just print and go. It's also versatile, so you can use it in a binder, frame, clipboard, or whatever works best for you.

A planner that caters to your brain can help you make progress faster and improve well-being.


A planner that fits your brain can help you feel more organized and focused, leading to increased productivity. If you've struggled with feeling overwhelmed or uncertain about how to move forward with a project, this type of planner may be especially helpful.


A planner that fits your brain can help you avoid repeating mistakes or decisions. It can also save you time and energy by allowing you to refer back to past choices and reasons for them, helping you make informed decisions in the future.

Hey there, I'm Susanna...

For as long as I've been working in digital marketing and design I have been totally obsessed with user experience & design. When I started to learn about how our brains work I finally started to understand why. 

And planners... don't even get me started. I have never bought a planner and just used it. Either I didn't. Or, I had to tweak it in some way.  

So, after years of doing this for myself, I'm organizing them to share with you. And hopefully, together, we can finally focus on "working with" (not fixing) our brains!  

Introducing the ADHD Planning Bundle For Entrepreneurs

turn your ideas into goals and take action with more clarity and calm

Inside The Bundle

This bundle includes six, one-page planners that will help you take your ideas from, well, ideas to goals, and the daily actions that will help you reach them. 

1: The Big Picture Planner: Figure out how to achieve more of what you want in your business and life.

2: The 12 Month Planner: Use this to prioritize projects or goals (identified in the the Big Picture Planner) into four, 90-day periods. 

3. The 90-Day Planner: Using your 12-mo planner use this go into more detail with tasks, smaller goals, and strategies for the next 90-day period.

4: The Monthly Planner: helps you plan out specific goals, tasks, and steps for the next 30 days in more detail.

5: The Weekly Planner: This is meant to act as a quick reference for keeping track of appointments and a visual reminder of your top priorities or goals for the month.

6: The Daily Planner: This is a great place to store your thoughts for the day and plan out your top priorities for the day.

An Honest Moment...

Is this perfect?  Well, no. And if I'm honest, I am constantly improving it and can't imagine I'll ever stop. Plus, what's perfect for one ADHD'er won't be for another.  This is why you're getting these 3 things as well. 

Access to the original template

There's no way I can find the right words for every single one of you. By having access to the original template you can do things like editing the words so that it feels more you and works for YOUR brain. (but you don't have to start from scratch!)

An invitation to a private Facebook group

This isn't a group for anyone. It's just for other ADHD'ers who are using the bundle. It'll be a great place to ask questions, get support, and become a better planner with the best cheerleaders - your fellow ADHD'ers.

Access to all future updates on this bundle

I'm always changing the planners and worksheets in this bundle based on new things I learn about ADHD and what you to be able to try new ways of planning. We also love novelty, and this'll be an easy and affordable way to incorporate a little of it into your life.


I'm in a coaching program or have a coach. Will this be confusing or contradict what I'm learning?
I don't think so. Depending on what your program or coach provides I believe that these can only help. The only thing that might cause problems is if they give you something similar. But if you're struggling with what they provided you with, I believe these can only help.

I don't use Canva. Will this work for me?
Yes. If you make a free account with Canva, you can download the files as PDFs or graphics and use them however you want."
I'm new to business, will this help me?
Using this resource will help you figure out what you want to do and stay focused, no matter if you're new to business or have been doing it for a while. Even if you're not sure what you want to do, the MindFlows can help you decide. They can be used in a lot of different situations and are very adaptable.
Is everything available immediately?
Yes, once you buy it, you'll get an email with a document that has instructions and a link to the document on Canva. You can also log in to your account on if you lose the link or files.
Do I need to use a special program to access the materials?
Yes. You will need to have a free Canva account. You can however download the Bundles as PDF's or graphic files to be use wherever you want.

Do you have people who have used these with success?
I'll be honest, this is the first time I'm offering them to a bigger group. I've used them for a long time myself and have also gone through them with my one-on-one clients. They think they're really helpful.
Can I use these with my clients?
No. The price is set for single use only, so they are for personal use only. If you want to use them with your clients, please send me a message and I'll do my best to work something out with you.
What kind of issues or ADHD traits is this meant to help with?
These resources are meant to help with the problems we have with executive function skills; like short term memory, prioritizing, and following steps in order. If you have trouble with these things, you might notice it's hard to make decisions, remember what you decided (or if you even made a decision), and more. I wanted to feel more confident in my decisions and stop feeling like I was going in circles all the time.
Can I share this with a friend?
No. The price is set for single use and these resources are intended for personal use only. Sharing them with a friend would is not allowed.
Is there a community with this product?
Yes, there is a private Facebook group for clients only. Having a private Facebook group for clients only can be valuable because it creates a safe and supportive space where clients can connect with others who are on the same wavelength. This is not just because they all have ADHD, but because they are all working on similar issues and challenges. It can provide an opportunity for clients to share experiences, offer support and encouragement, and receive feedback.
Are there only ADHD people in this group?
Yes, that is the intention. The group is only for people who have bought something on my website, so I can assume that they have been diagnosed or strongly believe that they have ADHD. However, I can't guarantee that everyone in the group actually has ADHD. I do monitor the group for unsupportive comments to ensure a positive environment.
What kind of support is available if I get stuck?
Currently, I am offering support in the private Facebook group. Depending on how that goes, I may or may not add additional forms of support. If there is a need to take the conversation private for any reason, I will definitely do that. In addition, if you would like more personalized support, you can also schedule a one-on-one coaching session with me to go through a MindFlow together.
I haven't officially been diagnosed with ADHD, can I still use this?
If you really think you have ADHD, then you can definitely use these resources. Even if you don't have ADHD, you might still find them helpful. But it's also possible that you won't see the value in all of the steps.
If it doesn't help me, does it mean I don't have ADHD?
NO! We all have different traits, gifts, and talents. Some ADHD'ers may not need this and it could be a godsend to others.
Is there a guarantee?
You can get a full refund within 14 days. But before you do, please contact me personally to see if there's something I can do to fix the problem. I understand that sometimes we have to try things out to see if they work, and that's why I'm offering the option for a refund. However, offering digital products is risky because there's no way to take them back once they've been downloaded. I want to make sure you have all the information you need to make an informed decision.

Here's a summary of what you'll get

Get access to all 6 planners, including a customizable template and future updates, plus exclusive access to a private Facebook group. Make your planning and goal-setting more organized and effective with these helpful tools.
All 6 Planners 
Big Picture Planner
12-month Planner
90-day Planner
Monthly Planner
Weekly Planner
Daily Planner
Customizable template
All future updates
Exclusive Facebook group
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