Now, this is SO zen.
Mind like water.
Do you have any suggestions (software or otherwise) keeping track of open loops? I know in the book there is the “tickler file” but I am on the go a lot and need a “tickler app.” I’m a very “out of sight out of mind” kind of person, unfortunately. I do my best to find tools to manage this, like reading these great books, but I find that if I can’t close a loop immediately, unless I fill my phone with reminders or keep a to-do list as long as my morning commute I will eventually forget. It is one of my biggest hurdles and I keep searching for the best solution to it. Any advice would be most welcomed. Thanks for the incredible system and body of knowledge!
You can use digital or paper, depending on your preference. Essentially all you need is an app or a paper system that lets you create categorized lists. We have a PDF that offers ideas about how to choose a tool that’s right for you.
I don’t get this — is there any content beyond the one image?
Hi Kathryn! This post is just about sharing the best practice in the image.
Agree with Kathryn, is there suppose to be an article here? There is only an image
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