If you don’t know what a bullet journal is... don’t worry! It was only up until six months ago that I came to the phenomenon of the "BULLET JOURNAL". I have found that it has become a very important tool in helping me lead my organization. Bullet journals (or BuJo for short) was developed by Ryder Carroll, a digital product designer living in Brooklyn NY (see www.bulletjournal.com ). It is an analog system of “getting stuff done”. What amazes me is that, although, it was only introduced a few years ago it has sort of taken on a life of its on. To prove my point I challenge you search “bullet journals” in Pinterest and/or You Tube and you will find endless versions of the original.
For me using a “Bujo” helps me:
- to track the past
- organize the present
- prepare for the future
It has had a positive impact on my productivity. In particular I am able to evaluate whether I am focusing my time on the right things, and adjust my activities when I get off course. I would suggest you look into using a bullet journal. If you don’t know where to get started, here are some link you may find helpful:
If you are using a BuJo I would love to know how its working out for you. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your experience.