From Franklin Planner to Outlook, the concept of setting down your tasks and goals somewhere is central to most productivity and performance management systems. And yet, we may find ourselves constrained by system parameters and elements of the forms that were created by other people, meant for what was a community decision of what the majority of their customers would use.
We may have already tried one or more of these systems, become frustrated with them, not connected to the methodology, and eventually discarded them in our briefcase's recesses.
The very date for this new year holds a promise of clear vision (say it with us: twenty-twenty). So we'd like to introduce you to a method of ensuring that clarity with a system of documenting your past, present, and future in one journal that you create - the bullet journal.
The bullet journal system is an effective and well-designed framework for gathering and storing information from a wide range of categories. Once you put the system to work, your journal will become a surprisingly stress-free way to keep track of to-dos, future plans, notes to self, long-term goals, monthly calendars, and more.
At the conclusion of each year, we celebrate our volunteers who have gone above and beyond to support us. We'll write a bit more about that plan in a bit.
Sean Salomon is the Assistant Manager of Talent Management and Employee Engagement at Hyundai Motor America. With a passion for innovation, he optimizes his organizational leadership and marketing experience to enhance employee engagement and build healthy organizational cultures.
Sean, a former ATD-OC board member and VP of Marketing, has been bullet journaling for five years. Having once been an electronic note taker, he is now a full blown notebook and pencil nerd, finding that the practice of handwritten notes fuels his organization and creativity. Sean will share the story of what led him to bullet journaling and the basic principles for starting your own bullet journaling practice.
6:00 PM Registration, Informal Networking
6:20 PM Dinner begins
6:50 PM Main Program
8:00 PM Final comments
8:15 PM Adjourn
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