I listen to a lot of podcasts in which people whom I consider to be successful share their routines and habits. One of the things they tend to have in common is a consistent practice of journaling.
In this episode of the Productivity Power Up Podcast, I share some ways that keeping a journal can help you be more productive.
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Here’s what we mention in this episode:
- 750 Words
- Vegetarian Zen
- Microsoft Outlook
- Bullet Journal
- Julia Cameron – The Artist’s Way
- Mindjet MindManager
- David Allen – Getting Things Done
- James Altucher
- Drafts — notetaking app
- Lumosity – brain training
Resources Used for this Episode
- Joan Didion on Keeping a Notebook
- The #1 Productivity Tool You Aren’t Using
- Why You Should Keep a Journal (and How to Start Yours)
- 10 Things You Should Write in Your Productivity Journal
- Keep a Work Diary to Minimize Mistakes and Document Successes
- Journaling at the End of the Day Could Increase Your Productivity
- 2 Experts Share Exactly How to Use a Productivity Journal (& Increase Productivity by 23%)
Quote of the Week
We are well advised to keep on nodding terms with the people we used to be, whether we find them attractive company or not.
— Joan Didion from essay, “On Keeping a Notebook”
Question: Do you journal? If so, how often and are you a paper or digital person? You can leave a comment by clicking here.
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Vickie and Larissa