The Bullet Journal: A pen and paper framework for getting way more done.

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There are a multitude of tools and apps in the world designed to help us stay organized.  I’ve tried many of them, but I’ve never come close to achieving the organizational zen that I’ve hoped for.  That is until now.

In this episode, my guest Aaron Lowe and I talk about Bullet Journaling a pen and paper based framework for capturing and saving information, to do lists, schedules  and much more.  

There’s no software, no hardware.  Just pen and paper.  It seems too simple, but Bullet Journaling is flexible and incredibly powerful.  Join us to hear our how Aaron and I have implemented Bullet Journaling how it’s helped to improve our productivity and stay organized.

Show notes:

Guest: Aaron Lowe

Aaron Lowe works for Konica Minolta, meeting with clients to automate business processes. He enjoys learning new productivity hacks, hiking and tinkering with all things tech.

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About Jason Clause

Originally from the great state of Ohio I relocated to the Bay Area to work in high-tech. A veteran of the dot com boom and bust, I have more than 15 years experience helping small businesses apply information technology to improve business process and increase revenue. I live in Livermore, California with my wife Jennifer and enjoy hiking, having friends over for dinner and quiet time at home. My hobbies include golf, snowboarding, creative writing and performing amateur standup comedy.

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