One notebook and just 15 minutes a day can change your life This is Part 2 of a two-part series on bullet journaling, exploring the rise of its culture, its many uses, and the benefits of this productivity practice. When bullet journal creator Ryder Carroll first developed the BuJo method, he had no idea it would inspire a productivity craze.
Why can't we pull our attention away from a traffic accident or stop watching news about the latest viral outbreak? Why are we waylaid by criticism or unable to get past a minor snub from our best friend? That's our negativity bias.
Do not do unto others what you do not want to be done unto you.
It is about focusing on eliminating the negative more than encouraging the positive. Because there’s abundant evidence from multiple sources that relationships are far more strongly affected by negative things than positive things.