Part 1 of 3 See also: Part 2 - Tips for more productive note-taking Part 3 - Searchability, Notebook choices, and backups “Write down the thoughts of the moment. Those that come unsought for are commonly the most valuable.” - Francis Bacon, Sr. I contend that the best thing you can do to improve your entrepreneurial skills is to practice thinking like one. What follows is my favorite technique for doing just that, and if you choose to emulate it, I guarantee you’ll end up with more business ideas to work on than you every imagined you had in you.
Tips for more productive note-taking Part 2 of 3 See also: Part 1 - Introducing the Entrepreneur’s Notebook Part 3 - Searchability, Notebook choices, and backups So, you’ve decided you want to try keeping an Entrepreneur’s Notebook, or maybe you already do, but want some tips on making it more useful. Excellent. What follows are the techniques I’ve found to be most useful in my entrepreneurial notebooks. If you’ve got some tips of your own, please drop me a note or leave a comment.
Notebook choices, and backups Part 3 of 3 See also: Part 1 - Introducing the Entrepreneur’s Notebook Part 2 - Tips for more productive note-taking What about backups and searchability? This is one place where the digital age is unquestionably superior. Dropbox, iCloud, email… there are myriad ways to back up your digital writing, and text is easy to search. On the mac, Spotlight gives you great search across every document you’ve ever written and searching within a document is easy in any text editor.