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|Today’s tip: Take better notes|
Here’s a great way you can increase your ability to capitalize on today’s important thoughts, meetings and conversations.
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Whenever possible, write down memory-jogging notes in your day planner about meetings, conversations, decisions, and thoughts right as they happen. Do it while it’s still fresh in your head.
– Write notes below appointments in your day planner calendar
– Keep notes in chronological order in your daily journal to lend context to your ideas
– Use subheads such as “budget meeting” or “chat w/Greg” to organize your notes
– Use a page-locator so you can quickly flip open to your daily journal or calendar
Writing out your notes as they happen is the best way to ensure your important information and ideas won’t slip through the cracks. If you wait until the end of the day or week, it’s quite likely you’ll miss key details about your important priorities.
Note: Today’s tip was inspired by the Andrew Wargo post 5 Ways to Immediately Regain Control of Your Day.
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