The Bullet Journal Method: Track Your Past, Order Your Present, Plan Your Future
THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
Transform your life using the Bullet Journal Method, the revolutionary organisational system and worldwide phenomenon.
The Bullet Journal Method will undoubtedly transform your life, in more ways than you can imagine’ Hal Elrod, author of The Miracle Morning
In his long-awaited first book, Ryder Carroll, the creator of the enormously popular Bullet Journal organisational system, explains how to use his method to:
Like many of us, Ryder Carroll tried everything to get organised – countless apps, systems, planners, you name it. Nothing really worked. Then he invented his own simple system that required only pen and paper, which he found both effective and calming. He shared his method with a few friends, and before long he had a worldwide viral movement.
The system combines elements of a wishlist, a to-do list, and a diary. It helps you identify what matters and set goals accordingly. By breaking long-term goals into small actionable steps, users map out an approachable path towards continual improvement, allowing them to stay focused despite the crush of incoming demands.
But this is much more than a time management book. It's also a manifesto for what Ryder calls "intentional living": making sure that your beliefs and actions align. Even if you already use a Bullet Journal, this book gives you new exercises to become more calm and focused, new insights on how to prioritise well, and a new awareness of the power of analogue tools in a digital world.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - DocWood - LibraryThing
Lifesaver I have been through a gazillion and one planners and journals and household organizing systems, electronic, paper, and hybrid. This. Is. The. One. The one ring that rules them all. Get a Leuchtturm and some good opens and jump in. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ennuiprayer - LibraryThing
This book burned me out. It's an interesting journal concept, and I do plan on using a variation of it, but the self-help aspect of it began to irk me. I went from loving it to liking it to just avoiding it all together. (Parts 1 & 2, great. Part 3...meh.) Read full review