Me • Simply • Better
How can I better use my own potential? How can I increase my productivity? How do I define my goals more clearly? These questions affect everyone and there is a multitude of accepted methods and tricks. But people are different… What is right for me?
The Change Journal contains 24 effective and simple methods which can help you improve your own productivity and organization. Best practice from different sources, put together and condensed to the essentials to understand, try, document – a few minutes a day are enough.
Tim Jaudszims, businessman, founder, and author of the Change Journal: “When one is as lazy and also as full of ideas as I am, one searches for tricks that make life easier. That is why I have plunged into the world of guides and blogs, planners and journals and have filtered out my favorites. That is how the Change Journal evolved.”
The 24 Methods:
Pareto Principle - Eisenhower Principle - Single Tasking - Digital Detox - Circle Trick - Habits - Pitch Yourself - Clarity - Compliments - Reading - Marginal Gains - No - Clearing Out - Water - Thanks - Rewards - Comfort Zone - Strengths - Essentialism - Goals - Pomodoro Technique - Emails - Saving - Journaling
Every method is familiar and approved. The way in which this idea has been edited for the Change Journal – into a document which takes 2-3 minutes to read – makes it easy to incorporate into your daily routine. Matching templates help to document your individual progress.
"Motivation gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going." – Jim Ryun
The Change Journal at a glance:
- Cover: Berry or Anthracite with copper logo embossing
- Format: Medium (145 x 210 mm)
- 294 pages
- 2 bookmarks
- High paper quality (100 g/sqm)
- Stickers for labeling and archiving
- Gusseted pocket for small notes