I created Bullet Keeper while in college, struggling with my direction in life, time management, productivity and many other things.
Productivity. Goals. Clarity. Living a passionate life - Bullet Keeper is built on these values.
"No wind blows in favor of a ship without direction" - Seneca
By writing your goals and scheduling your time, you are already ahead of many. These habits will provide clarity over your decisions in life and will help answering questions such as,
Should I stay home and learn x skills which is relevant to my career, or should I go with my friends out?
Should I eat the cake or delay gratification a bit and eat the veggies?
And this is exactly how scheduling and writing your goals in BulletKeeper can help you. It can provide motivation and discipline from the long term when these questions creep on you. And they will. When you're tired, vulnerable and want that boost of dopamine. They will question your decisions, and if you don't have those decisions tied to a long-term goal and purpose, then it'll be easy to sacrifice the future for a better present.
BulletKeeper intends to be your friend, who will listen to you.
Why not an electronic, free journal.
You can. It may be a good idea. In the future, I'm aiming at making a free version of Bullet Keeper.
I've written about the difference between pen-paper and electronic journals here.
However, I think there are many other benefits of a true pen paper style.
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