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In today’s episode you’ll discover why “syncing to paper” is a great way to boost your memory, solve problems, and keep track of all the little things you’re bound to forget.
When you write, you go through a learning and filtering process that is different than just transcribing notes or copying something word-for-word. Putting it on paper is scientifically proven to increase your retention.
Are you ready to give it a try? Be sure to download the free resource guide on 5 Ways to Improve Your Memory with a Pocket Notebook, and then check the resources below to find the perfect one to fit your needs.
- Waiter’s notepads (cheap!)
- Moleskine (fyi, Warren, there is no wrong way to pronounce it!)
- Field Notes
- Franklin Planner (Sue made Warren jealous by sending in a pic of her new Franklin lifestyle planner)
- Grocery-store notebooks (find them in the school supplies aisle)
Remember what our friend AK, the Journaling Sage, says: Notebooks are to used! Don’t buy one so pretty or expensive or precious that you won’t write in it!