About this item
Number of Pages: 36
Genre: Self Improvement
Street Date: August 3, 2019
Item Number (DPCI): 247-59-6378
Focus. Arguably the most scarce asset in today's society. And arguably the most valuable. Distractions flood our minds from social media, tasks that are waiting, co-workers, worries, family issues, etc, and end up being a big cost. Just telling ourselves that we'll get to it later seldom helps to get the distractions out of our minds, but if we write the down distractions, and dump them out on paper, it's like we are dedicating ourselves more concretely to get back to the issue and it makes it easier to ignore for the moment. Some like to do their braindumps digitally, in their note or task management apps, but many feel that opening up a new app also opens up more distractions. Having a physical braindump journal next to us when we work, to quickly scribble down distractions we get, and then get back to and review when we have the time, removes the distractions of app-switching and allows us to get back to what we were doing quicker. People do their braindumps differently. Some just like to write down their distractions and seldom review them. Others like to take a 5-10 minute break once or twice a day to review their braindumps for what actions need to be taken, being to schedule the task or researching the problem, delegate it, ignore the (non-)problem, or what other action they feel is needed. And many just like to be able to check-off the distractions when they've reviewed their braindump. This braindump journal, although seemingly simplistic, is made be adaptable to many preferences and to take away the need to repeatedly redraw one's own design.
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