Do It Now journal by Pat Croce

I was in a Barnes & Noble yesterday and saw a notebook/journal called "Do It Now" by Pat Croce. You can see the inside of it at amazon.

Each 2-page spread has a section for action plan, reminders, follow up keys, follow up names and numbers, follow up action items and notes. It looks like a variant of GTD and some other checklist type approaches to organizing your things to do. Has anyone ever used this journal? If so, what were the pros and cons to the system? I didn't see any templates here with a similar set up and I may try to make one myself in OO in my copious spare time. If I get it done I'll post it but would like some feedback from users if there is any. I already searched the archives and didn't see any relevant forum topics but it is possible I missed something. I frequently don't have all that much luck with google searches either.

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I fixed your link

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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

many thanks

many thanks

Looks very DIYable, but I'll

Looks very DIYable, but I'll admit to being distracted by the typo in the "how to use" section: "Read and be motivated by the daily qoute"

I have a personal bias against inspirational quotes, though -- they remind me of those sales posters about hard work, teamwork, etc. They make me cringe worse than nails on a chalkboard.

Then maybe you need some De-Motivators !

http://www.despair.com
http://www.despair.com/viewall.html
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

Perfect! I've been laughing

Perfect! I've been laughing for the past 20 minutes. Hard to decide which I like the most....

I so agree

I, too, despise inspirational quotes. For a while at work our boss used to give out these 6x8 index cards printed with purple ink that had a "-your name here- did a good job at -fill in the blank- signed -your boss-" Some people actually framed them and put them on their wall. I still mock them.

He also offers a victory