I am posting some of my most used note taking tools here.  I’ve added links to where you can purchase the items.  Please note that some of those links may be affiliate links (i.e., I get paid by Amazon when you click on the link and purchase the item).

  1. Moleskine small notebooks (quick thought capture) (Moleskine Cahier Journal (Set of 3), Pocket, Ruled, Black, Soft Cover (3.5 x 5.5): Set of 3 Ruled Journals)
  2. Evernote.  I’ll be posting more about this tool.
  3. FreeMind.  Mind-mapping software.  Think brainstorming with the ability to rearrange and organize your thoughts.  More to come on this technique.

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