A Problem-Solving Collection Can Help You Push Through Friction Points

Welcome to Day 26 of my #100DaysofBulletJournalIdeas Project! 

Idea 26: The Problem-Solving Collection

The Problem-Solving Collection

This is a collection that I've used to help me figure out solutions to issues I'm having. It's based on the way I think: there's a problem, I brainstorm solutions. This can look different depending on what I'm thinking through. Sometimes it's through journaling, mind-mapping, or in another form.

For this example, true to my table-loving ways, I have a column for the problem, or the 'friction point,' and for solutions/ideas/thoughts about the problem.

I made it this way in this instance because I had a lot of different friction points I wanted to rapid-fire actionable bullet points for. Collections don't need to be fancy to be useful. Sometimes it's in the simplest ideas that you can find ways to push through friction points to work out solutions, ideas, and thoughts about the issue. There's power in simplicity. 

P.S. If you're new to the Bullet Journal®, I recommend checking out BulletJournal.com, it was invented by Ryder Carroll. Ryder is an awesome human that walks you through how to set up your own Bullet Journal with his handy tutorial video that you can check out at BulletJournal.com!

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