“The faintest pencil is better than the strongest memory.”
⏤Greg McKeown, author of Essentialism
Sam Horn was one of the speakers/conversation starters at a coaching conference I attended last year. One of her favorite sayings is “Ink it when you think it.” She always has a notebook in her hand.
Productivity guru David Allen, who wrote Getting Things Done often advises his readers that brains were meant for thinking, not as a storage device for information of limited value.
How would an “Ink it when you think it” strategy foster less stress and far more productivity in your life?