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This Health Food Entrepreneur Uses An Age-Old Method for Staying Organized and Motivated

With all the technology around us, sometimes the best way to cut through the noise is to get back to the basics.
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Forget digital tools and apps. Sometimes the best way to get things done is the old-fashioned route with a pen and paper. That’s what helps entrepreneur Anke Albert, the founder of healthy cookie and granola company Anke’s Fit Bakery, get things done.

Related: 10 Simple Productivity Tips for Organizing Your Work Life

Whether she’s searching for new ideas or making her to-do list, Albert finds that actually writing things down on paper helps her accomplish more throughout the day. Of course a notebook isn’t only good for listing your day’s reminders; Albert also finds it a helpful source for inspiration and a way to archive old ideas.

Whether or not you’re in need of some inspiration or a new way of tracking your accomplishments, try taking out a pen and paper. To learn more from Albert, click play.

Related: Get Organized With These 6 Tips That Lead to More Productive Days

This video was shot at Pilotworks.

 

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