The Tactical Chronograph is decidedly not another app for your phone. Like a bullet journal, it uses tech you’ve had around since Mrs. Reynolds taught you how to do your ABCs with a giant pencil and four-ruled paper. It’s a paper agenda that works with your digital habits.
It works because it’s not trying to reinvent them. Your digital calendars and alerts are highly functional reminders of things you need to do and where you’ll be. Here’s where you’ll be able to plan everything else.
Loose thoughts. Ideas. Observations. Who you met and where. Someone’s birthday. Various to-dos. Something great that happened to you.
It gives you a view of what’s coming in the next day or three, without it being everything you’ve done/have to do eventually. It gives you space to reflect, decide, and focus.
Dodge the overwhelm. Stick to what’s doable this week. Appreciate the moment. And start something new.
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In short: you like feeling like you’re on track. You don’t like being reactive and distracted by too many alerts. You also don’t enjoy having to juggle different apps and notebooks for the demands of the day. You tend to jot notes. Creating your own overview makes you more effective. This agenda focuses you on the time frame you’re looking at. Now. The month at hand. This week. Or the next three days. And it doesn’t demand you to be meticulous or ponderous, but look up at the big picture every once in a while.If you want to see the 2018 series of the Tactical Chronograph, go here.