Bullet journals are an amazing way to boost your organization and productivity, and to just de-clutter your mind.
Using bullet journaling can really help when it comes to reducing stress, being more efficient, and generally getting more done.
I’ve been bullet journaling for a while now and I want to share with you how I’ve used bullet journals to create order and structure in regular life and, in particular, in my professional life!
You see, I write about how businesses can better organize themselves and how to make sure the work which is being done is at a high standard every time.
In short, I write normally about something called business process management.
And it occurred to me that I could pull together everything I know about processes and my experiences with bullet journals to really accelerate my work.
I realized I could use my bullet journal to discover my most important repeatable processes, and then use the principles of business process management to improve how I approach these processes.
The two fit together perfectly.
That’s why, in this Process Street article, I’m going to cover:
- What is bullet journaling?
- What is process management?
- How you can turn bullet journals into processes
- Bullet journal ideas for work