I am planning to move from Tokyo to Fukuoka in September.
As I was cleaning up my room, I found a lot of notebooks from the past, so I'd like to share them with you📔
To introduce Notes, I briefly introduced myself and what kind of work I did🙋🏻♀️🌻
[1st to 3rd year]
I started an online shop and was the store manager for a smartphone case manufacturer, iface.
[3rd to 5th year]
I was promoting a matching app and launching and operating owned media.
[6th year (current)]
Imabari Towel, a towel manufacturer, is launching an e-commerce division.
Book 1: 1st to 2nd year working adults
I was learning a lot of things every day, so I wanted to visualize whether I was able to solve a lot of things faster and more accurately than the previous week.
I managed to-dos and schedules in a format that allowed me to compare two weeks worth of work.
Half of the pages were filled with notes about work such as structuring product pages and planning sales.
2nd book: 3rd to 4th year working adults
I used a schedule book where the first half was monthly and the second half was free notes.
I've been managing my schedule by mixing work and private life, so I'm not sure what's going on...
I have to flip through the pages of my planner to check my schedule and write down my thoughts.
It was so annoying that I stopped using this notebook after about 3 months.
3rd book: 4th to 5th year of working adults
I was managing my schedule and todos digitally on my computer, so I only had a notebook for thinking.
4th book: 5th year of working life
I wanted to manage my schedule in a notebook, so I decided to use almost the same format as the first book.
However, since there was no particular need to compare the two weeks, I was able to see the month to day on one page.
Book 5: 6th year of working life
Around the 3rd to 5th year, I started thinking about it a lot more.
Along with this, the format of work notes has changed.
I've reduced the area of the schedule because I'm just writing down things that I absolutely must not forget.
We have increased the number of thinking zones.
I am writing my schedule on MUJI schedule sticky notes.
I explain it in detail on Youtube
Come and listen to it instead of the radio.