Make better use of your potential and increase productivity – now you can do this and much more. With the Change Journal from LEUCHTTURM1917.
Self-improvement. A concept that has been discredited again and again, not least on social media.
But it doesn't always refer to making aesthetic improvements. In fact, it is much more concerned with getting to know yourself, enhancing your capabilities and allowing your personal potential to unfurl. LEUCHTTURM1917 wants to offer you our support in this process – with the Change Journal.
What can the Change Journal do?
How can I make better use of my potential? How can I increase my productivity? How can I define my goals more clearly? A multitude of accepted methods and tips is available. However, every individual is unique. So which is right for you?
The Change Journal aims to provide you with personal guidance. It will help you to understand yourself better, analyse various areas of your life and make changes where needed.
The Change Journal will accompany you on a journey to a place where you know very clearly where you are in your life and where you want to go.
The Change Journal from LEUCHTTURM1917
"Motivation gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going” – these words appear at the start of the journal, before a total of 24 simple yet effective methods for self-improvement from many literary works and publications are presented, in condensed form, for you to start using straight away..
You should devote seven days to each of the methods, which you can work your way through in any order you choose. You're free to decide which topic currently seems easiest to tackle and which feels right for you. From digital detox to habits, saving and learning to say “no”, this journal will provide lots of motivation along the way to you becoming your best self.
Make life easier – with the Change Journal
Tim Jaudszims, entrepreneur, founder and author of the Change Journal: “When one is as lazy and also as full of ideas as I am, one searches for tricks that make life easier. That is why I have plunged into the world of guides and blogs, planners and journals and have filtered out my favourites. That is how the Change Journal evolved.“
For the Change Journal in collaboration with LEUCHTTURM1917, Tim Jaudszims has chosen 24 methods from various sources and and distilled them down to their essence. To help you to understand, experiment and document.
The 24 methods presented are as follows:
The Pareto principle
The Eisenhower principle
The circle trick
The Pomodoro technique