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In the most connected time in history, we’re quickly losing touch with ourselves.Ryder Carrol
By: Ryder Carroll
Journal. You have to write in order to learn how to think. Journaling gets you into the habit of writing, spending some time offline and simply thinking about what you’re doing.
By: The School of Life
When you’re stuck, or figuring out a failure, ask yourself why. Challenge each answer with a ‘why’. Ask yourself this five times to get at the root cause of an issue.
Always take time to learn. There is always opportunity to grow no matter how good you are. Keep learning new things unrelated to your craft. It’s shocking how often different disciplines help you to grow in your own field.
By: The Completist
Break your goals down into the smallest steps possible. Though taking big leaps are sometimes required, consistent incremental progress is more sustainable over the long term. Set the bar so low that you’ll actually do it.
Ryder Carroll is a New York Times best-selling author, digital product designer, and inventor of the Bullet Journal method. He’s been featured by the New York Times, LA Times, Fast Company, The Wall Street Journal, BBC, Vogue, Bloomberg, and others. Diagnosed with learning disabilities early in life, he was forced to figure out alternate ways to be focused and productive. Through years of trial and error, he developed a methodology that went far beyond simple organization. Now he focuses on helping others learn what the Bullet Journal method is truly about: the art of intentional living.