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Time to Rocket your productivity to the next level!!!

Recently I talked to a client about a tool he has been using for some time now, this tool helps him stay organized and keeps him productive. This tool is The Rocketbook!

The Rocketbook is a smart reusable notebook that uses a specific, yet easy to find pen to write on reusable BPA Poly-free plastic pages. Using the app, you can scan your notes quickly and send them to the destination of your choice like Evernote or the cloud.

I opted to get the Rocketbook Fusion. This is a version of their notebooks that is a combination of 3 types of notebooks in one. First it has an agenda/planner section on the first 7 pages that are made up of templates that you can use for a task list, weekly planner, monthly calendar, ideas and OKR’s. (Objectives and Key Results)

The remaining pages are split between 9 grid pages and 8 lined pages to use how you see fit and are all double sided. The lined mainly for taking notes and the grid to use for images and graphs if that is what you need it for.

Now with the Rocketbook, if you don’t get enough out of the templates that are already in the notebook you are able to create your own or use ideas from the Rocketbook website. Using a permanent marker and ruler, you can make your own.

This is something I know I will be doing myself to create a morning mindset and evening journal using what I have already been using in the High Performance Planner by Brendon Burchard.

Like I mentioned briefly in the beginning of this blog, when you’re using the Rocketbook you are able to take notes and instantly scan them and send them to the destination of your choice like a cloud storage or an app like One Note or Evernote. This is a way to not only save on note books and planners but keeps your notes much more organized.

Another great feature to using a Rocketbook, when in a Zoom call or a Google Meet you are able to instantly take notes and have them on the screen using snapcast. This is a great way to have a meeting with your team and show them any notes they may need to see.

Using this in conjunction with ToDoist I have found that it keeps me not only more productive but it helps me start and end each day with a clear vision of what needs to be done in the coming days and weeks.

If you haven’t yet seen or heard of Rocketbook I have added a link below for you to check it out as well, I will add a link below so you can get 2 months of ToDoist Premium for FREE.

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