The Bullet Journal Method meets you where you are at – from simply getting more organised to far deeper insights and discovering your life purpose according to its creator Ryder Carroll.
Diagnosed with the learning disability ADHD early in life, Ryder was forced to figure out alternate ways to be focused and productive – and we are so lucky he did. In this episode Ryder shares his journey from childhood to creating the phenomenon that is The Bullet Journal Method.
Ryder shares three questions we can ask ourselves to find more purpose in our lives.
The Bullet Journal Method is now used by thousands globally and is a powerful tool to not only get organised but to get more out of your life every day. For anyone who is an avid list-maker, note-taker, closet stationery addict (me), or who wants to understand how to power up your life with intention this episode is for you!
Ryder’s book The Bullet Journal Method is a New York Times best-seller and has been featured by the New York Times, Fast Company, The Wall Street Journal, BBC, Vogue, Bloomberg, and others.
In this episode we discuss:
- Ryder’s experience as a child navigating his experience of learning disabilities
- How Ryder came to develop tools that helped him concentrate and focus better as a child
- How the Bullet Journal Method came into the wider world
- Why writing with a pen and paper is so important in the digital age
- Why the Bullet Journal is much more than a productivity system – why it’s really a mindfulness practice in disguise
- How the Bullet Journal is a mirror for our minds
- Three questions we can ask ourselves to find more purpose in our lives
- How the Bullet Journal Method helps us discover deeper insights about ourselves and life purpose
- The power and value of time and energy as our most precious resources
- How the Bullet Journal Method helps us take action on the insights we receive.
To connect with Ryder visit bulletjournal.com
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Other Ways to Get Grounded
As Ryder said in our interview he finds journaling and meditation powerful ways to get grounded. And I completely agree. Meditation is a powerful tool to recuperate and re-energize your body, and to take you into a space where you can literally have some time out for you.
If you have never meditated and you’d like to know how to start you can access my free How to Meditate for Beginners Guide at jenramsey.com/begin.
In this easy guide, I:
- Explain the benefits of meditation
- Take you through how to deal with all the common roadblocks to meditation
- Explain how to start meditating.
- Give you two free meditations that can start you on your way now.
To access that all you need to do is visit jenramsey.com/begin.