The method and backstory behind Bullet Journaling straight from its inventor.
Read after the subject came up in a recent podcast recording.
This was a compelling case for bullet journaling with many useful insights. (Many repeated from the last few books I’ve read, so I guess I’m reading in circles now.) There was more philsophy than I expected and less about process and whatever trial and error led to Carroll’s now-famous system.
Overall it seems like this might be a useful practice for me. Regular review and reflection would go a long way, particularly if I have a consistent and detailed record of what I’ve been thinking and doing.