Recently, I discovered the Bullet Journal analog system for productivity management.
In a very brief time, it’s completely changed the way I approach everything having to do with planning, scheduling, and journaling. Take a look at this brief video:
It’s transformed the way I organize my professional and personal pursuits. So much so that I’ve dedicated this site to exploring more ways to bring value to others who also use the system.
As a way of helping others, I decided to create some tools
So I created a 26-page PDF Quick Reference Guide and an 8-Lesson Power-User eCourse.
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I’ve been a productivity junkie for four decades. I’ve used all kinds of time management systems, some costing hundreds of dollars including in-person seminars.
In all that time, no single system ever worked for me like Bullet Journal does.
It’s easy to understand why if you’ve ever abandoned a journal or notebook. It comes down to this:
If it doesn’t fit your personal style and/or preferences, it’s not going to last long.
Bullet Journal gives you the freedom to use it however you want, however it best fits your preferences – to track the past, organize the present, and plan for the future.