A book to work with. Take notes as they come to your mind (left side),
organize and list them later (right side).
Book Specifications Format » Height 9.4 inches (24cm) Width 6.6 inches (16,7cm) Softcover bind » KRAFT paper » Visible singer sewn binding » Book opens flat » 56 pages of uncoated, white high quality offset-paper, weight of 120g/m (around 82lbs)
Layout that is
easy to scan for information
Lovingly designed, ready to work with it. This book comes with a spread that features a full scribble page on the left side and a strict, clear list making part on the right side.
Nothing, really nothing gets lost. No matter how well you set up your to-do list,
you’ll only get things done if you don’t lose them when you turn the page.
Draw a circle around the transfer-icon – and copy it to the next page later.
The irresistible magic
“The list is the origin of culture.
It’s part of the history of art and literature. What does culture want?
To make infinity comprehensible…
And how, as a human being, does one face infinity? How does one attempt to grasp the incomprehensible?
Through lists…” – Umberto Eco
Wonderful article by Tamara Monosoff Protect your idea with these easy-to-follow steps for keeping an inventor’s notebook–one of the most important steps in the inventing process. Keeping an Inventor’s Notebook
We can’t resist, sorry, but – if you follow Tamara in her thoughts, you will definately need our popular, beloved Project Management Notebook.
Making lists is a pretty personal thing – but we all know the great feeling of crossing a task.
A well managed to-do list acts as a guiding light for your day.
How you get the tasks done?
1. Break it up – split big projects into smaller tasks
2. Prioritize ruthlessly – focus on your big 3
3. Plan ahead – use the evening before to plan your day ahead
4. Be realistic – match your list to your time and energy