Staying on top of tasks: a Bullet Journal update
It’s important to get tasks done instead of procrastinating. This is good advice for keeping track of them. It’s easy to lose track or to get distracted, but then things don’t get done and that’s not ideal because you fall further and further behind. That can hurt you both in business and in your everyday life.
- The Bullet Journal system manages to adapt not only to people’s individual ways of working, but also to the changing needs of the same person.
- By writing down all my tasks (and rewriting postponed ones the next day), very few things have slipped through the cracks this year, and staff have been more prepared than ever.
- This year, however, despite doing ten or twelve hour days in the office, I’ve managed to avoid the unfortunately all-too-true cries of abandonment at home. We like to stay busy, organizing weekends with friends at home or away.
“The Bullet Journal system manages to adapt not only to people’s individual ways of working, but also to the changing needs of the same person.”