Goal planning is one of those things that's easier said than done for busy professionals and people in general.
I've tried countless planners, downloaded all sorts of templates and still found that many lack what I need, which is a high-level overview of my yearly goals, along with a prominent place for incremental goals to help ensure that what I'm spending my time on is truly moving the needle in that direction. I also prefer a section to include a weekly to-do list. There's something about being able to write down weekly goals and checking them off as the days go by.
As far as a daily planner goes, I don't need something that breaks down my every hour. For some people, that works. For me, my life is too hectic to peg down what I'm doing by the hour. As long as I achieve my goals, I'm not necessarily concerned with the hour of day it happens. I still utilize my Google calendar to remind me of appointments and meetings.
This format allows me to stay focused on my yearly goals while also checking off what needs to be done this week in order to help me get there. And since I'm also a busy mom, my life doesn't stop with the 9 to 5, so I included a back side with a grocery list and meal planning. Print these two pages double-sided for optimal use.