PTPL 060: Gandhi’s Best Advice For Making Simple Notes That Mean Something
PLUS a new circular 24-hour template download for hand written plans
Welcome to a once-a-week taster of things that I’ve found helpful in my quest to create a simple, future-proof, digital-analog workflow.
Gandhi encouraged the people around him to keep a diary. Or, you could say, he saw the value of note making. Seems like he was rocking interstitial journalling long before the phrase was coined!
You must keep an account of the yarn you have spun. Thoughts coming into your mind should also be noted down. You should keep a record of all that you have read. — Mahatma Gandhi
In this inspiring post on the notes of Gandhi by Jillian Hess, you can find her five takeaways:
Keep it simple
Record how you spend your time
Make your own notebook
There’s many more gems in the full article. I hope you’ll find a moment or two sometime soon to give it a read and glean your own takeaways.
Handwritten, hourly planning on the iPad
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