For a while now, I’ve been using MindMeister to collect and make sense of my ideas.
Have you ever been in a situation where you have a load of ideas but struggle to make sense of it all? Often you need to get everything out of your head and see it in front of you before you can create order among your ideas. That’s where MindMeister is an invaluable tool. It’s a mind mapping tool that’s 100% online, available via your browser (no download required, which makes it really quick and easy to pick up and use) and via native mobile apps for iOS and Android.
This post is part of my “Guidelines” series where I analyse memorable book quotes and examine how to apply them in real life.
“The old saying, “You Snooze, You Lose” may have a deeper meaning than any of us realized. When you delay waking up until you have to—meaning you wait until the last possible moment to get out of bed and start your day—consider that what you’re actually doing is resisting your life. Every time you hit the snooze button, you’re in a state of resistance to your day, to your life, and to waking up and creating the life you say you want.” – Hal Elrod, The Miracle Morning (book summary)
There are loads of articles online about different types of productivity routines you can follow. Things you should and shouldn’t do. How to work and when to do what. But how do they all fit together and work alongside one another? How do you actually implement this advice? How do we turn these routines from a concept we read about to an actual part of our day?