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Having trouble being productive? I did too...

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by FunkyWaltz, Sep 1, 2013.

  1. FunkyWaltz

    FunkyWaltz Junior Member

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    Hey everyone. I've read here on BHW for years now.

    I always had a hard time STARTING my projects.

    I finally have. I have and it is because of a new system I came across on reddit.

    http://www.bulletjournal.com/

    It has helped me dump my brain on paper.
    Get Organized.
    And start managing my time better.

    I suggest anyone here at BHW having a hard time staying motivated, organized, or productive to just give it a try.

    Thanks, have a good one, and good luck.

    - Funky
     
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  2. ShadeDream

    ShadeDream Elite Member

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    I like this. Really cool way of getting organized.
     
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  3. Bokva

    Bokva Regular Member

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    Thanks for your recommendation.
    I don't have a problem to start a project.
    My problem is to finish it. :)
    When I see if I can do it or not, I start something else.
     
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  4. omagad

    omagad Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Thanks for the share but I already have something similar on my PC.

    It's called Notepad!

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  5. FunkyWaltz

    FunkyWaltz Junior Member

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    Without a doubt. I appreciated it for the brain dump. Like. BLEH!!!! THERE IS ALL I NEED TO ACCOMPLISH! RIGHT THERE! Then all of the sudden I was like... Well "that was easy!"
     
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    kinlee Supreme Member

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    That's a great way to stay organized. Thank you for sharing this :)
     
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  7. gabriel0270

    gabriel0270 Regular Member

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    Lol stupid me... I thought this is an application.
     
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    innosoft Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    great info mate.. i always used sticky or excel to organize my work.. +repped!
     
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    ShadeDream Elite Member

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    I thought so too at first, until I watched the video. :D
     
  10. FunkyWaltz

    FunkyWaltz Junior Member

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    Hahaha. This is for the techy guys who need an ANALOG system. As soon as I read that, I was hooked. Analog FTW!
     
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    For the list-makers,
    the note-takers,
    the Post-It note pilots,
    the track-keepers,
    the dabbling doodlers.....
    Bullet journal is for those who feel there are few platforms as powerful as the blank paper page.
    It?s an analog system for the digital age that will help you organize the present, record the past, and plan for the future.....

    FOR EVERYTHING ELSE..... THERE'S MASTERCARD LOL :)

    j/k Thanks OP
    (I just made that note to remember to Thank you OP) lol
     
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  12. zyx2000

    zyx2000 Registered Member

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    There's a book called Getting Things Done by David Allen which describes a system where you divide tasks into groups depending on when you need to do them (now, tomorrow, later etc). It's quite good. That book has spawned several apps like Any.DO